- Japanese: 東勝寺 (Toushouji)
The temple was rebuilt soon afterwards, and is said to have become third among the top ten temples in the Kantô. But a new temple, Hôkai-ji, was built to be the Hôjô clan's family temple. Sometime in the Sengoku period, the rebuilt Tôshô-ji was abandoned and allowed to fall into ruin. The site is today fenced off, as a historical/archaeological site.
- Plaques on-site.