|2- 27, 2-chome, Daikoku, Naniwa-ku|
|［ Daikokucho ］by Midosuji and Yotsubashi
about 200m to the west
| Acceding to the history of the temple,
the temple was founded by Hossyo, the 8th
son of Onono Imoko and it was as old as the
It held a guest building and a tea-ceremony room designated as national treasures but both were burned down by the War.
Trees of the garden which was made by Soami were partly burned down but it is restored as before.
In the temple there is an organization named Garyoken to succeed gagaku so that the ancient court music should be maintained and developed.
|to the top of
The Uemachi-daichi kita course