Ioji Temple Wooden Bas Relief - Ioji Temple has been attributed somewhat erroneously to Kobori Enshu, who once visited the temple. Ioji Temple gardens use the style of landscape gardening of the early Ido period using a very large space - an area of 1,000 square meters from the north garden to the reception hall once used for state ceremonies. There is a small garden in front of the main hall, just after the intricately carved wooden bas releif entrance gates, covered with moss called “Moss Garden of Tokai".
- ©John Lander
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