Daishin-in Temple Garden - Daishin-in was founded by Masamoto Hosokawa in the Muromachi period and was relocated to Myoshinji Temple by Hosokawa Fujitaka. Its small dry garden is called Auniwa was created by Kinsaku Nakane in the Showa period. The moss, white sand and pruning make this detail a little difficult to see but the stonework expresses a dragon ascending to heaven. Many crape myrtle have been planted here to give the garden some color and contrast. In addition, the dry garden south of the main hall, is called Kiriishi no Niwa and has a characteristic flower bed in the center.
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