Jiun-in Temple is a Buddhist temple, which is one of the thirty eight sub temples of Myoshinji Temple which is within the large Myoshinji Temple complex in north eastern Read more [...]
Hokongo-in Temple is a Buddhist temple, which was established in Hanazono, Kyoto in 1130. The current buildings were rebuilt in 1617. Hokongo-in Temple features a waterfall within its grounds, called Seijo-no-taki, which is the oldest artificial waterfall in Japan and designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty. Hokongo-in is famous for its lotus flowers and possesses four statues which are designated as Important Cultural Properties.