- Founded: 1319
- Other Names: 亀井山 (Kamei-zan), 亀井道場 (Kamei dôjô)
- Japanese: 円福寺 (Enpuku-ji)
Enpuku-ji is a Jishû sect Buddhist temple located near Atsuta Shrine in Nagoya. Founded in 1319 by Gon'a, a relative of the Ashikaga clan, it was used by Shogun Ashikaga Takauji for worship, and long maintained a connection with that clan.
During the Edo period, lords of Nagoya han beginning with Tokugawa Mitsutomo held theatre performances at Enpuku-ji, leading the temple to become famous as a performance space under the name Kamei Dojo.
- Plaques on-site at Enpuku-ji.