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Tomb of Gyoki Old Main Hall Chikurin-ji(竹林寺 chikurinji) is a Buddhist temple, in Ikoma, Nara, Japan. Contents 1 History 2 Site of Historical Value 3 Access 4 See also 5 References 6 External links // History This temple is said to be established by a famous Japanese monk Gyoki(行基) in the 8th century, and well-known as a place where Gyoki himself was buried. Actually his silver urn with his tomb-record was found at this temple in 1255. Today the silver urn was selected as a national treasure in Japan. Site of Historical Value Tomb of Gyōki Access Ichibu Station of Kintetsu Ikoma Line See also For an explanation of terms concerning Japanese Buddhism, Japanese Buddhist art, and Japanese Buddhist temple architecture, see the Glossary of Japanese Buddhism. References [1] Chikurin-ji, Digital Museum of Ikoma City (In Official Home Page of Ikoma City) Nihon Kotsu Kosha, Nara, Nihon Kotsu Kosha, 1984, p.138. Japanese version of Wikipedia External links 34°40′20″N 135°42′11″E / 34.672299°N 135.703181°E / 34.672299; 135.703181Coordinates: 34°40′20″N 135°42′11″E / 34.672299°N 135.703181°E / 34.672299; 135.703181 v • d • e Buddhist temples in Japan   Japanese Buddhist architecture Architectonic elements hisashi · kairō · karahafu · karesansui · komainu · katōmado · mokoshi · moya · Niō or Kongōrikishi · sandō · shichidō garan · shōrō · tōrō Mon (gates) karamon · nijūmon · niōmon · rōmon · sanmon · sōmon · torii Buildings chōzuya/temizuya · -dō · main hall (kon-dō, hon-dō, butsuden) · kuri · kyōzō or kyō-dō · shoin Tō or Buttō (pagodas) gorintō · hōkyōintō · hōtō · kasatōba · sotōba · muhōtō · tahōtō Styles Daibutsuyō · Irimoya · Wayō · Setchūyō · Shoin-zukuri · Shin-Wayō · Zen'yō Others A-un · ken   Sects and objects of worship Major sects Jōdo · Nichiren · Shingon · Tendai Zen sects Sōtō · Ōbaku · Rinzai Objects of worship Amida · Benzaiten · Dainichi Nyorai · Jizō · Kannon · Marishi-ten · Shaka Nyorai · Shitennō (Four Kings) · Twelve Heavenly Generals (Jūni Shinshō) · Yakushi Nyorai   Other elements Implements kei (ritual gong) · mokugyō Others bussokuseki · butsudan