The predecessor of Shuiqian Temple Park was built in 1632. It was created by Hosokawa Hoso, and was originally set up as a private garden. After maintenance and planning expansion, it is today's scale. The Suizenji Temple was built in a miniature version that mimics the fifty-three-story style of Tokaido, Japan. It has a landscaping of a typical Taoyuan-style garden in Japan, and it is particularly attractive to look at the mountain view of Mount Fuji in Japan. Wandering in the temple, you can see the lush trees and flowers. The exquisite artificial landscapes make the Shuiqian Temple tidy and beautiful, and the black-based water god shrine is extraordinarily elegant.