The name of this sub-temple can be (almost) literally translated in "Golden Calf", a term that would probably be inappropriate for a Christian church but is apparently perfectly fine for a Buddhist temple. The temple cannot be regularly visited, and there has been no special openings in recent years (or at all), hence only a couple of front-yard-shots are available. You can actually have a stroll in the front yard for the gate is usually open, but apart from a nicely trimmed tree there is not much to see.
Nearby: Tenkyū-in 天球院 (50m), Chishō-in 智勝院 (60m), Rinshō-in 麟祥院 (100m), Tokuun-in 徳雲院 (100m), Shunkō-in 春光院 (120m), Daihō-in 大法院 (190m), Yotoku-in 養徳院 (190m), Daiō-in 大雄院 (240m), Chōkei-in 長慶院 (240m), Shōtaku-in 聖澤院 (250m),...
External links: 京都風光, Satellite view, Map
Keywords: Japan, 日本, Japon, Kyoto, 京都, 右京, Ukyo-ku, 妙心寺, temple, 寺院, 仏閣, Myoshin-ji, 金牛院, Kingyū-in, subtemple, 塔頭