Ji'in (慈蔭)

Ji'in (慈蔭) - the name can be written down in two ways, thus, leading to two different translations:
寺院 - "Temple Grounds" - "Земли храма"
慈陰 - "Love [and] Shadow" - "Любовь и тень"

Funakoshi Gichin Sensei tried to rename Ji'in as Shôkyo (松陰) ("Pine Shadow" - "Тень сосны"), but the new name didn't stay.

Ji'in belongs probably to Tomari-te. Funakoshi Sensei could possibly learn this kata from Itosu Anko Sensei.

Jion, Jitte and Ji'in are very often classified into one group because they share similar techniques.

Books:
Hirokazu Kanazawa "Shotokan Karate International Kata (Vol. 1)"
Fiore Tartaglia "Shôtôkan-Kata ab dem Schwarzgurt"

Andre Bertel says in his blog: "In Tokyo 1993, after passing my JKA (Matsuno-group) yondan, Asai Sensei said to me at the after party "if Nakayama Sensei had not so prematurely died, there would have been a Best Karate 12, featuring Wankan and Jiin. Also a 'special advice section on kata', much similar to Best Karate 8"."

Internet:
THE SHOTOKAN WAY – The Online Shotokan Karate Magazine: Ji-in

Videos:
Ji'in performed by Kanazawa Hirokazu Sensei
Ji'in performed by Kase Taiji Sensei