Temizuya (Naninfudashogaran)Hexagonal mizuya, the temple or shrine building to wash hands and rinsing mouth. In the centre the is a six-petaled basin surrounded by an hexagonal temizuya. An inscription inside says that it was built in 1881 (14th year of Meiji Era).
- Designated division：Cultural Property of City of Ōtsu
- The times：14th year of Meiji Era (1881)
- Place：246 Onjōji-chō,Ōtsu city