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Daiho-in is a sub-temple of Myoshin-ji and was founded in 1625 as a family temple for the Nobuyuki clan. Its main feature is a roji moss garden. Daiho-in is at its best in November when the maple trees show their deep red beauty. The temple is only open to the public during the high seasons of autumn and spring.
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Daiho-in is a sub-temple of Myoshin-ji and was founded in 1625 as a family temple for the Nobuyuki clan. Its main feature is a roji moss garden.  Daiho-in is at its best in November when the maple trees show their deep red beauty.  The temple is only open to the public during the high seasons of autumn and spring.