This temple had the highest number of ancient roof tiles and other items excavated during an archaeological study in the past. Here, Shujooni-e rituals were held until the beginning of the Showa Period, but now the ritual is practiced in the form of "Shusho-e". The auditorium where the Shujooni-e ritual was usually held has the architecture of the latter half of the Edo Period, one of the oldest among the halls in "Kunisaki".
|Name of Cultural Asset||Chion Temple|
|Designation Status||Prefectural tangible cultural property, City historic site|
|Role Played in Story||An auditorium where the Shujooni-e rituals were held until the middle of the Showa Period can be found here. Currently, the ritual is practiced in the form of "Shusho-e" as a Buddhist ritual.|
|Location of Cultural Asset||Kanae Bungotakada|