Toyokuni Shrine (also known as the Senjokaku Pavilion) was ordered to be built in the year 1587 by the supreme leader at the time, Toyotomi Hideyoshi. However, construction was halted when Hideyoshi died in the year 1598, and even after more than 400 years, it still remains unfinished to this day. Some of the tiles are covered with gold leaf, and it is said that the building would have been gorgeous beyond its time if it had been completed.
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One of the highlights of Toyokuni Shrine is its vast temple complex, which can hold 857 tatami mats. Although there are no Buddhist statues within the temple since they were moved to Daiganji, you can still see the beautiful architecture of early modern Japan.