Ryozen Gokoku Shrine
- Established: 1868/int.4 or 5 (June)
- Japanese: 霊山護国神社 (ryouzen gokoku jinja)
Ryôzen Gokoku jinja, or Ryôzen Protection of the Nation Shrine, is a Shinto shrine on Mt. Ryôzen in the eastern hills of Kyoto. It was established in June 1868 by the Dajôkan (Grand Council of State) to serve as a sanctuary for the spirits of those who died in battle in service to the nation, especially those who died in the Boshin War.
- Takashi Fujitani, Splendid Monarchy, University of California Press (1996), 90.