Daitoku-ji - Sub-temples

Sub-temples

Daitoku-ji operates some twenty-two sub-temples, the most significant being Daisen-in, Jukō-in (聚光院?), and Shinjū-an (眞珠庵?).

  • Daiji-in (大慈院?)
  • Daikō-in (大光院?)
  • Daisen-in (大仙院?)
  • Daiyō-an (大用庵?)
  • Gyokurin-in (玉林院?)
  • Hōshun-in (芳春院?)
  • Jukō-in (聚光院?)
  • Kinryū-in (金龍院?)
  • Kōrin-in (興臨院?)
  • Kōtō-in (高桐院?)
  • Nyoi-an (如意庵?)
  • Ōbai-in (黄梅院?)
  • Ryōgen-in (龍源院?)
  • Ryūkō-in (龍光院?)
  • Sangen-in (三玄院?)
  • Shinju-an (真珠庵?)
  • Shōgen-in (松源院?)
  • Shōju-in (正受院?)
  • Shōrin-in (昌林院?)
  • Sōken-in (総見院?)
  • Tenzui-ji (天瑞寺?)
  • Tokuzen-ji (徳禅寺?)
  • Yōtoku-in (養徳院?)
  • Zuihō-in (瑞峯院?)

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