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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Chukai Shonin and Enmyokai Shonin: Two Monks&nbsp;Who Reside at the Same Temple Chukai Shonin was Honmyokai’s nephew (Hijikata, 1996; Matsumoto, 2002). He was born in 1697, almost 14 years after his uncle’s death, and he&nbsp;joined the seminary at Churen Temple at a young age, most likely influenced\n \nThe mummified remains of both Chukai and Enmyokai, located at Kaiko Temple in Sakata, Yamagata Prefecture.\n \nBy his uncle’s famous deeds. Born into the samurai caste, his secular name was Togashi Joyueimon, and he grew up in Toriyamachi, Tsuruoka.\n \nChukai studied intently at Churenji, and he eventually became head priest at the temple, like Tetsumonkai and Enmyokai had before him.40 While&nbsp;pursuing his religious education and ascetic training at the temple, he probably visited Honmyoji on a regular basis. From Churenji, it takes approximately two hours to walk over a small mountain and down into the small&nbsp;village of Higashiiwamoto, where Honmyo Temple is found. Upon entering&nb') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Chukai Shonin and Enmyokai Shonin: Two Monks&nbsp;Who Reside at the Same Temple Chukai Shonin was Honmyokai’s nephew (Hijikata, 1996; Matsumoto, 2002). He was born in 1697, almost 14 years after his uncle’s death, and he&nbsp;joined the seminary at Churen Temple at a young age, most likely influenced\n \nThe mummified remains of both Chukai and Enmyokai, located at Kaiko Temple in Sakata, Yamagata Prefecture.\n \nBy his uncle’s famous deeds. Born into the samurai caste, his secular name was Togashi Joyueimon, and he grew up in Toriyamachi, Tsuruoka.\n \nChukai studied intently at Churenji, and he eventually became head priest at the temple, like Tetsumonkai and Enmyokai had before him.40 While&nbsp;pursuing his religious education and ascetic training at the temple, he probably visited Honmyoji on a regular basis. From Churenji, it takes approximately two hours to walk over a small mountain and down into the small&nbsp;village of Higashiiwamoto, where Honmyo Temple is found. Upon entering&nb') AND id != 31599 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-13 07:25:10' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5