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Hokokuji Bamboo Garden, sometimes call "the Bamboo Temple" because of its large bamboo grove, was once the family temple of both the Ashikaga and Uesugi clans. The temple and its gardens were established by Zen scholar and monk Tengan Eko, posthumously named Butsujo Zenji.
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2017 Shortlist, Amber 2018 Gardens
Hokokuji Bamboo Garden, sometimes call "the Bamboo Temple" because of its large bamboo grove, was once the family temple of both the Ashikaga and Uesugi clans. The temple and its gardens were established by Zen scholar and monk Tengan Eko, posthumously named Butsujo Zenji.