Daitsuji Temple Garden was relocated to the present location during the Kamakura period. The garden on the north side is known as Ishizukuen. Yaketo Nakanishi Genba built this over a long period of 21 years during the Edo period. It is made up of many stone pillars mainly of based on Buddhist thought with Takamine Mountain as a borrowed landscape background. The stones have been arranged with consdierations of balance between the pond and a waterfall, which gives it a dynamic effect. A variety of types of stone are found throughout the garden to be appreciated from various angles.