Jisson-in Temple is a monzeki temple, which is a special term for temples that have strong connections with families of imperial or high rank (court officers, samurai feudal lord families). Traditionally, members of these families served as the head monks (or nuns) of monzeki temples. Monzeki temples had great influence in the field of Japanese Buddhism while at the same time maintaining a special cultural and political relationship with the imperial family and samurai feudal governments. Because of this characteristic, monzeki temples have histories and cultural legacies that differ considerably from other kinds of temples.
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