- Seiganji Temple
- Ogi city, Saga prefecture
- Jyokozan Seigan Temple was built in 1684 and is the bodaiji (family temple) of the Nabeshima domain from Ogi. The symbol of this temple is the romon (two-storied gate), a Chinese-style gate which evokes the feeling of Ryugu-jo. It was built in 1852. It is believed that at the time the Saga Domain was responsible for Nagasaki port security and, as such, was influenced by Chinese culture.
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- January 2006
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