1. scripture house
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2. Kyōzōin Japanese Buddhist architecture is a repository for sūtras and chronicles of the temple history. It is also called kyōko, kyō-dō, or zōden . In ancient times the kyōzō was placed opposite the belfry on the east-west axis of the temple. The earliest extant kyōzō is at Hōryū-ji, and it is a two-storied structure. An example of one-storied kyōzō is at Tōshōdai-ji in Nara. A kyōzō's usual size is 3 x 3 ken.
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