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Naruto Uzumaki Fictional and main character of "Naruto".

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Myōshin-ji is a temple complex in Kyoto, Japan, and head temple of the associated branch of Rinzai Zen Buddhism. The Myōshin-ji school is by far the largest school in Rinzai Zen, approximately as big as the other thirteen branches combined: it contains within it about 3,400 temples throughout Japan, together with a handful overseas, of the approximately six thousand total Rinzai temples, and also has nineteen associated monasteries, of the total of forty monasteries and one nunnery.

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Ryōzen-ji (Naruto)

Ryōzen-ji (霊山寺) is a Kōya-san Shingon temple in Naruto, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. Temple 1 of the Shikoku 88 temple pilgrimage, the main image is of Shaka Nyorai. Said to have been founded by Gyōki during the Tempyō era, its buildings are more recent replacements after damage by fires. Located close to the crossing point for pilgrims from the Kansai region, Yūben Shinnen identified the temple as No.1 in his Shikoku henro michishirube of 1687 and subsequent guidebooks followed suit. It is customary to return to Ryōzen-ji as an orei mairi or thanksgiving visit upon completing the pilgrimage, although this may be a relatively recent development.

Tōrin-in (Naruto)

Tōrin-in (東林院), also known as Takamine-Daishi (種蒔大師), is a temple in Naruto, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. It is the oku-no-in of Ryōzen-ji, Temple 1 on the Shikoku 88 temple pilgrimage. Said to have been founded by Gyōki, the main image is of Yakushi Nyorai. It is Temple 1 on the Shinshikoku Mandala Reijō. A Heian period seated wooden statue of Miroku Bosatsu has been designated an Important Cultural Property.

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<i>Boruto: Naruto Next Generations</i> Japanese manga and anime series and the sequel of Naruto

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