Dainembutsu-ji temple in Hirano ward, Osaka, is the general headquarters of the Yuzu Nembutsu sect. Dainembutsu-ji owns a copy of the middle fascicle of Jiacai's Jingtulun. Nobody has introduced this manuscript to date.
This manuscript is remodeled, and an original cover is attached at the end of the volume. There is a signature of Ryonin 良忍 (1073-1132) on the original cover.
Ryonin signed as Ryonin 良仁 in documents until about 1093, the 7th year of the Kanji era. However, after 1099, the lst year of the Kowa era, he signs as Ryonin 良忍. Therefore Dainembutsu-ji version dates to 1099 or after.
In addition, Ryonin writes his name as “Ohara 小原” (that is Ohara 大原). In 1109, the 2nd year of the Temnin era, Ryonin founded the Raiko-in temple 来迎院 in Ohara of Kyoto. So he may have obtained the Dainembutsu-ji version after 1109, the 2nd year of the Temnin era.
At all events, Ryonin obtained the Dainembutsu-ji version by 1132, the 1st year of the Chosho era. In other words it was copied at about the same time as the copy of Jiacai's Jingtulun in the Jorakuji-temple 常楽寺, which dates to 1119, the 2nd year of the Genei era.
It is clear that Ryonin possessed the Dainembutsu-ji version. Therefore the Dainembutsu-ji version may be said to be a valuable manuscript.