- Established: early 1240s
- Japanese: 承天寺 (Jouten-ji)
It was established in the early 1240s, following the return of the Japanese Buddhist monk Enni from his studies in China. Hakata merchant Xie Guoming, along with other members of the local Chinese merchant community, organized the purchase of land from Hakozaki Shrine for the establishment of the temple. Enni was named its first abbot.
- Richard von Glahn, "The Ningbo-Hakata Merchant Network and the Reorientation of East Asian Maritime Trade, 1150-1350," Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 74:2 (2014), 275-276.