The story of this small temple starts with Shogun Tsunaoshi's mother who heard about a devoted monk who carved statues of holy men. She convinced her to son to allocate some land for the monk's work. About 300 statues survive from his five-year project and have been located at this present site in Meguro since 1908. Admission: Free.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
- Nearest Train: Meguro Station