Seiganin Temple Garden in Fussa is a small pond garden, filled with decorative koi carp surrounded by shapely bushes and statuary. The pond is said to be fed with pure spring water, and is advertised to be at its most beautiful in winter. Seigan-in is a part of the Rinzai Kencho-ji sect of Buddhism and was founded in 1394. The temple and garden rarely sees many visitors, although it is a very pleasant place with a refreshing, countryside feel to it and only a brief walk from Fussa Station. Its main function appears to be as a cemetery for the surrounding community.