Known as the Omuro Gosho, it is crowded with late-blooming Omuro cherry blossoms in the spring. To the left of the Niomon is the shrine called the palace. In front of the Teshimon Gate is the white sand south garden.


Proceeding through the corridor between the White Paper Institute and the Black Paper Institute, you will find a north garden with a pond, a tea room Hitotei in the artificial hills planted. Overlooking the five-storied pagoda. Furthermore, in front of the left front of the shrine, there is Ryokotei, which is said to have been relocated from Ogata Korin’s own residence.


On the other hand, if you go straight through the Niomon Gate, you will find the Nakamon Gate, the five-storied pagoda on your right, Omurozakura on your left, and the main hall in front of you. During the Kanei era, the Imperial Palace Shishinden was relocated, but the newly built Imperial Palace Shishinden was burned by a fire, so the remains of the oldest Shishinden are left behind.


Even though it is a vast precinct, it has an elegant atmosphere rather than a temple. It is also beautiful when the autumn leaves of Mt. Ouchi.