|Pseudonym reading||New Year's Eve|
|Specified type||Country designated / important cultural property|
|Designated date||April 23, 1908|
|location||Hiraizumi-cho Hiraizumi character clothing|
|Management organization||Chusonji Temple|
|home page||Hiraizumi's cultural heritage|
Between the five, single layer, treasure-shaped construction.
Adjacent to the north west of the Golden Hall, it is estimated to be a Tenji 3 year (1126) building by "Chonson-ji Temple".
It was a second floor rubble at the time of foundation, but the second floor was burned down by fire of Kenbu 4 (1337), and after that, repair was repeated, and it is a copper plate single layer now.
In the mural on the three sides of the hall, a seven-fold black lacquered shelving cabinet is provided, and a flower-shaped blow-back plate is attached to the top of the shelf to paint the treasure Saka.
In the past, this box was lined with boxes made of Japanese national treasure paper.
This Kaji-ji-ji-ki is completely transferred to Yuenzo in 1955.