Built in 1929, Fa Zang Jiang Temple is the only Buddhist monastery that practices Tendai Hokke - the earliest Zen-practicing sector founded in China and widely practiced in Japan since the 9th Century. The major components of the temple are the Grand Shrine Hall and its lecture hall (jiang tang, 讲堂), which is where the temple got its name from (jiang, 讲 ) and is big enough for 600 people. Entrance is 5rmb, cash only.
4/F, 1 Maoming Nan Lu
near Yan'an Zhong Lu
134 7280 9281
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