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Since the Heike is a war tale and has been shown to be fictional at times, I'd lean toward the 1164 date. Since the Heike largely portrays Kiyomori as a lout, thug, and villain, that could also be a reason why they ascribed this to Tadamori-showing Kiyomori doing something positive and pious would be at odds with the flow of the narrative.
 
Since the Heike is a war tale and has been shown to be fictional at times, I'd lean toward the 1164 date. Since the Heike largely portrays Kiyomori as a lout, thug, and villain, that could also be a reason why they ascribed this to Tadamori-showing Kiyomori doing something positive and pious would be at odds with the flow of the narrative.
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::Cool. Thanks so much! [[User:LordAmeth|LordAmeth]] 08:35, 13 August 2012 (PDT)
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I think it should be said that on the S-A Forum it was pretty much settled that Tadamori built the 33-ken building of the Tokuchôjuin, while this article is talking about the famous 33-ken building that Kiyomori built, the Rengeôin.
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Also, the exhibition book put out by the temple said it is Tendai sect, so I changed from Pure Land Sect. I think it is rather early for the Pure Land Sect (Jôdoshû) anyway. --[[User:Bethetsu|Bethetsu]] 06:01, 14 August 2012 (PDT)
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::Beautiful. Thank you! [[User:LordAmeth|LordAmeth]] 07:58, 14 August 2012 (PDT)
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