Manshu-in, also known as the Manshuin Monzeki, is a Tendai temple located near the Shugakuin Imperial Villa at Sakyō-ku, Ichijo-ji, Takenouchi-cho, in northeast Kyoto, Japan.
The temple was founded by Dengyō Daishi in the 8th century. It was then located near Mount Hiei and known as Tobibo, but renamed Manshuin in 1108 or 1109. In the early Edo period the temple moved to its current site. Today the temple is notable both for its buildings and a fine garden – the gardens of the Manshu-in shoin are a nationally designated Place of Scenic Beauty.The entry building contains a Tiger Room with images said to have been painted by Kanō Eitoku 狩野 永徳, Bamboo Room with Edo wood-block prints, and Peacock Room with pictures by Ganku…
Daily: 9 am - 5 pm (last entry at 4:30 pm)
General Admission: 600 JPY