Seiwa-in Temple (清和院)
The temple was originally built by Emperor Montoku creating Busshinin at the south of Somedono Tei (mansion) and enshrining Jizo Bosatsu, as requested by FUJIWARA no Akirakeiko. When Emperor Seiwa was enthroned in 876 and took up residence in the southern part of Somedono, the building was renamed and became designated residence of the Imperial Prince.
Previously owned by Seiwa-in Temple as the cultural property
Wooden statue of Sho Kannon, Heian period
It was once the property of a foundation of Kanagawa Prefecture and currently kept by the Kyushu National Museum.