The current Rennyo holy priest who is enshrined at the Renyō-dō, is an edifice that was built with kake-zukuri’ (overhang method of construction) on the wollastonite cliff during the Keicho Era as the 38th Gongen Shrine hall of worship, and is used for Shinto Rituals, as well as a Bouddhist memorial service. It is one of the important remains of the local deity hall of worship Akiramitsu temple.
- Designation Category
- Cultural Property of Japan
- The Period
- 7th year of the KeichōEra (1602)