|Specified type||National treasure|
|Designated date||June 9, 1951|
|location||Hiraizumi-cho Hiraizumi character clothing|
|Management organization||Chusonji Temple|
|home page||Hiraizumi's cultural heritage|
Attached bill 4 pieces Bill 1 piece Old construction column 6 set Old materials 6 points Old decoration metal fittings 2 points Tenji original year (1124), it was built by Oshu Fujiwara first generation Seicho.
It is a single layer, treasure building, with a roof made of this tiled board, and an eave of two rafters.
The building is made of hiba wood, rattan finish, Santo (Doto, a set of three dowels placed on a elbow and a girder) placed on a round pillar, and the oldest unique existing among the dooms There is an introgression type groin.
The inner team holds four cloisonne columns with four cloisters in all directions, and Amitabha on the front altar, two statues of Kannon, Sesumi's Ninomiya and Rokujizo, and two nations of Japan and altaga, with 11 statues on each platform. A body-by-piece Buddha statue is enshrined, recreating the paradise.
It is a sophisticated and beautiful Amido architecture finished with plenty of lacquer, gold, luminous shellfish and gems.