Reizan-ji Temple (霊山寺)
Ryozen-ji/Ryosen-ji/Reizan-ji is the name of a Buddhist temple. There are many temples throughout Japan that share this name and the most well-known of these are given below.
Ryozen-ji Temple (Shimonita-machi) - A Tendai sect temple located in Shimonita-machi, Kanra-gun, Gumma Prefecture with the honorific mountain name prefix 'Shorozan.'
Reizan-ji Temple (Sumida Ward, Tokyo Prefecture) - A Pure Land sect temple located in Sumida Ward, Tokyo Prefecture.
Reizan-ji Temple (Shizuoka City) - A Shingon sect old/new interpretation school temple located in Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Nio-mon Gate has been designated an Important Cultural Property.
Ryozen-ji Temple (Toyama City) - A True Pure Land sect Hongan-ji School temple located in Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture.
Ryosen-ji Temple (Nara City) - The Ryosen-ji Shingon sect head temple located in Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
Ryozen-ji Temple (Takatsuki City) - A temple located in Takatsuki City, Osaka Prefecture. It is the stamp office for temple number 49 of the Settsukoku Hachijuhachikasho (the 88 temples that are visited during the Settsu Province Kannon Pilgrimage).
Ryozen-ji Temple (Naruto City) - A Shingon sect temple with the honorific mountain suffix Jikuwazan located in Naruto City, Tokushima Prefecture. It is the stamp office for temple number 1 of the Shikoku Hachijuhachikasho (the 88 temples that are visited during the Shikoku Kannon Pilgrimage).
Ryozen-ji Temple (Oita City) - A Tendai sect temple with the honorific mountain prefix 'Hiraisan' located halfway up Mt. Ryo-zen in Oita City, Oita Prefecture.
Hinata-yakushi Temple - A Shingon sect temple with the honorific mountain prefix Hinatasan located in Isehara City, Kanagawa Prefecture. It was previously called Hinatasan Ryosen-ji Temple.