Pond of Sampō-ji Temple, Benzaiten, Hikawa Myōjin Shrine, remains of Shakujii-jō castle from "Guide to Famous Spots of Edo Vol.4"
Compiled by Saitō Chōshū, Painted by Hasegawa Settan 1834-1836 (Tempō 5 to Tempō 7) Kaga Collection 256

Sampō-ji is a Shingon Buddhist temple that was founded in 1394 (the first year of Ōei) by Kōson Hōin of Daitoku-ji Temple in Kamakura. The Benzaiten was enshrined on the small island located in Sampō-ji Ike pond. To the south of Sampō-ji Temple there was the ruins of Shakujii-jō, a castle of the Toshima clan, which used to control Shakujii in the last years of the Kamakura Shogunate. Hikawa Myōjin is the shrine which served as a guardian deity of Shakujii Castle.