But if you come choosing this season, you can surely have the scenery all to yourself.
Actually when I visited here, I was the only one. I sat on Japanese veranda enjoying the time passing.
This temple was founded by the first shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu, as a training and learning school. In 1667, the temple was moved here from the precinct of Sokokuji temple.
This garden has a lot of maple trees and in Autumn, the view from inside of the room is beautiful.
Behind the trees, there is a pond with bamboo trees next to it.
Enko-ji temple :