Kansen-ji is a temple related to the Imagawa clan and one of the most notable sites in Suginami, Tokyo. Inside the temple itself are many ancient manuscripts of the Hakushin Hyakukoku Waka. The temple itself was built in 1497 though the garden was a later addtion. It is one of the very few Zen gardens in Tokyo. Within the grounds, historic buildings such as the main hall, Kannon Hall and the treasure tower are punctuated by a pond garden surrounded by sakura tree cherry blossoms some of which are over 80 years old.