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Wanfu Temple

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Wanfu Temple

Wanfu Temple (Chinese: 萬福寺; pinyin: Wànfú Sì) is a temple on Mount Huangbo in Fujian province, China. It is famous as the original temple of Yinyuan Longqi, the temple's 33rd abbot and a Chan master. He later travelled to Japan with his disciple Muyan to found the Japanese Ōbaku school of Zen.

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