(lit. five colors park)
Goshikizan Daian-Ji Temple/五色山 大安寺
Goshiki means five colors which come from five different colorful trees in the park;
pine trees, bamboos, Japanese plum trees, cherry trees and maple trees.
Goshikien/Daian-ji temple was established by a monk, Mori Mugen, in 1934 which aimed at visual mission station
letting us feel Shinran's instructions, and is the only religious park in Japan.
There are many concrete statures which restage the episode of the life of a very popular monk, Shinran
In early April, approx 3,000 cherry trees are in bloom there.
There are also a main building of Daian-ji (temple) 大安寺, and temple lodging, graves, etc.
200yen: between Mid-March and Mid-April/cherry blossom season
932-31 Ichinohazama, Iwafuji-cho, Nisshin C. Aichi Pref.
Get off at Hoshigaoka Sta. on the Higashiyama Subway Line.
Take a Meitetsu Bus bound for Goshikien 五色園 and get off at Goshikien stop.