|Pseudonym reading||Burying ground|
|Specified type||Country designation|
|Type||Special historic sites|
|Designated date||October 12, 1922|
|Specified details||October 12, 1923 (March 24, 1948 Special Historic Site)|
|location||Hiraizumicho Hiraizumi Character Flower|
|home page||Hiraizumi's cultural heritage|
The massless lighthouse was built by the third generation Hideharu Fujiwara, and was separately referred to as the Shinmidou.
It is said to imitate Uji Byodo-in temple, and the direction and topography are similar.
However, the buildings are long on the left and right, and the eaves are long.
In addition, Nakajima is placed in a pond, and it is different from Tsujido, such as putting □ in front of Chudo.
The roof tile was not found at all, so it was a shingle or a tannery.
The garden is a pure devil that has been transferred to the ground and the paradise is pure, the pond corresponds to the Takara Pond meeting of the mandala, and Nakajima corresponds to the part of the Sansonkai.
Therefore, the pond is a Shiloh Pond filled with Hakoku Tokumizu, and the bridge built on Nakajima is a Hiroo Bridge that rescues a good woman of good men.
In front of the mountain, Mt. Inada sees Uji's Uji River as Uji's Asahi-san, and turns a mound of earth around it.
The garden is a typical Pure Land Garden, along with the gardens of Motsu-ji and Kan-no-Oin.