Seiryo-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple of the Pure Land sect, which frequently referred to as Sagashakado (Hall of Shakyamuni Tathagata in Saga). The current site of Seiryo-ji Temple Read more [...]
Daikakuji Temple is a Buddhist temple of the Esoteric sect, in Saga Kyoto, which was once a detached palace belonging to Emperor Saga. In 876AD it was converted to a temple by his daughter Empress Seishi. Daikakuji Temple is famous for its fusuma paintings from the Momoyama period and several cultural treasures it possesses. Daikakuji Temple is most famous for its Japanese Pond Garden (chisen-shoyu-teien or shinden-zukuri), which is one of only two in Japan.