Shodenji Temple (正伝寺) is one of several temples in Kyoto that retain blood-stained floorboards from Fushimi Castle.
Shodenji Temple, Kyoto 正伝寺
The souls have been given a pastoral residence at Shoudenji (正伝寺). This temple is approached on a long path through a shady wood. Within its walls a shichigosan (seven five three) style garden creates the harmony of odd numbers that originated in Taoist philosophy. Trimmed azaleas comprise the groupings that are set in evenly raked gravel. The building facing the garden is entirely from Fushimi Castle. Above the passage on the garden's edge you can see clear hand prints.
Shoudenji Temple, Kyoto