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Jomyoji, a Rinzai Zen Buddhist temple in Kamakura was founded by the influential Ashikaga clan. Jomyo-ji’s main hall sits at the end of a garden and houses a statue of Buddha. Jomyoji also has a restored tea house Kisen-an where visitors can enjoy the view of the zen karesansui garden. For its role in Japanese history, Jomyo-ji is named a National Historical Site by the government of Japan. It is well known forn early blooming plums in front of the temple itself.
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Jomyoji, a Rinzai Zen Buddhist temple in Kamakura was founded by the influential Ashikaga clan. Jomyo-ji’s main hall sits at the end of a garden and houses a statue of Buddha.  Jomyoji also has a restored tea house Kisen-an where visitors can enjoy the view of the zen karesansui garden. For its role in Japanese history, Jomyo-ji is named a National Historical Site by the government of Japan.  It is well known forn early blooming plums in front of the temple itself.