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An 1859 photograph of Nagasaki, with Myôgyô-ji in the foreground. Photograph by Abel Gower, a member of the staff of Rutherford Alcock, first British diplomatic official stationed in Japan.
  • Japanese: 妙行寺 (Myougyouji)

Myôgyô-ji is a Buddhist temple in Nagasaki. It was home to the first British legation in Nagasaki in the Bakumatsu period.

References

  • Gallery labels, Shiryôhensanjo entrance lobby, University of Tokyo.[1]
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