Nagayoshi Miyoshi built it, and it was destroyed by fire in the Summer Battle of Osaka. It was rebuilt later in 1617 by Senior Priest Takuan. It is known as the temple where the young Rikyu Senno trained for Tea Ceremony. There is a tea room Jissoan connected with Rikyu, a wash basin treasured by him, a tower for the repose of the Sen clan, a dry landscape garden designated as a fine view by the national government, etc, on the premises. Strangely enough, there is also a grave of Ieyasu Tokugawa...? The temple holds amazing historical legends.