Tsukubai at Unryu-in - Established in 1372, Unryu-in is a sub-temple of Senyuji. Its location is hard to find which keeps it under the radar for mass tourism.The temple has two large halls, Ryugeden and Reimeiden, each one with its rather empty garden. The best, however, is the back garden and the three rooms that surround it. There is a tiny tsuboniwa zen garden between the halls, with a single stone poking out of it. In addition to this and its main garden, there is also a rather unusual one with radiating from a stone lantern.
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