Five-Storey Pagoda is said to be founded in 1407 (Oei 14), it has five levels with three rooms harmonized Japanese architectural style and Chinese design with cypress bark roofing and approximately 27m in height. There is a decoration picture using gold thread in the upper internal pillar, and a richly colored Buddhist painting is on the inner wall. It is adjacent to the Senjokaku hall, you can look up at the elegant figure from the path to the shrine.
[ Access ]
It is a 1-minute walk from the Senjokaku hall
[ Hours ]
Free to visit (inside is not presented to the public)