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Specified type Country designation
Type Good looks
Designated date March 2, 2005
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location Hiraizumicho Hiraizumi letter Shirayama
Holding group
Management organization
home page Hiraizumi's cultural heritage


Under the name of Oshu Fujiwara, the swayable King's House is a clean ground of Hiraizumi that boasted prosperity in the 12th century, and it is said that the wife of Mr. Fujiwara's second generation Kihon was erected.
Kan-no-Ou-in is adjacent to Moshi-dera on the west side through a 30-m wide north-south road, and main building groups such as Dai Amido and Ko Amido are built on the north side of the site. There is a large pond called Around the perimeter of the pond, we will place moss at the revetment of the grass stop, and place large and small cobblestones to create a scenic view of the moss at every place.
In addition, Nakajima is constructed by the embankment in the center of the pond and slightly east of it. The water of the pond uses the Benten Pond located at the northeast corner of the Moshi Temple ground as a water source, and after crossing the north-south road, it is drawn into the site of the Royal House, and then it is led to the pond through a gently meandering water supply. It is eaten.
In particular, a large stone is put down at the position where the water flows into the pond, forming a magnificent landscape. Although it is simple, it is a part of the flow that shows the appearance of dynamic water, the surface of the pond that stops wide, and the appearance of a waterfall with a sense of movement at the point of contact between the two.
As mentioned above, the former Kankan Osamu Garden has a unique design and structure among the gardens of the Pure Land built in Hiraizumi, and not only their genealogical positioning, but also the academic value in the history of Japanese gardens is extremely high It is a high cultural heritage.