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Joken-ji temple, whose head temple is Myohon-ji in Kamakura, belongs to the Nichiren Sect. This temple was built during the period 1319-1326. The conifer tree on its grounds beside is over four hundred years old. The temple is set among the calm scenery of woodlands, with a small zen garden in back, with a backdrop of artfully sculpted shrubs.
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Joken-ji temple, whose head temple is Myohon-ji in Kamakura, belongs to the Nichiren  Sect. This temple was built during the period 1319-1326.  The conifer tree on its grounds beside is over four hundred years old.  The temple is set among the calm scenery of woodlands, with a small zen garden in back, with a backdrop of artfully sculpted shrubs.