Features a concrete and stone design in the shape of a Hyotan (gourd). The hyotan was also the symbol of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the patron saint of the nearby shrine. The tsukiyama is repeated in a gourd shaped mound with batches of moss and stone surrounded by a white tile-topped wall. They do a unique tea ceremony in the garden once each year. Instead of a teahouse, there is a red tent. In the spirit of Shigemori, they also perform a Coffee Ceremony using the Kouhi-do discipline.
Without a speck of dust's being raised,
the mountains tower up;
without a single drop's falling,
the streams plunge into the valley.