Engaku-ji. Zen Buddhist monastery of Complete Enlightenment (engaku is the enlightenment attained by a buddha), founded in 1282 by the Chinese Chʾan master, Wu-hsüeh Tsuyüan (Jap. Bukkō Kokushi or Mogaku Sogen). It was part of the Kamakura complex (gosan), of the Rinzai school, and it remains active to the present day.
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