Kaisan-do (called also Fumon-in) is a sub-temple of Tofuku-ji. It was built in the middle of the 1600s. The garden lies in front of the Founder’s hall and the stone path leading from the gate up to the hall divides the garden in two different parts. On the east side of the path is located a pond garden with bridges, shrubs, a waterfall and an artificial hillside. On the west side of the path lies a field of gravel raked into a checkerboard pattern. In the southern corner of the sand sea are the crane and turtle islands created with moss, shrubs, rocks and trees.