The Daianji was moved to the current location ,Minami-Hatagomachi ,in the Keian era. The main hall of this temple was constructed entirely of cypress in Shoin style and had been used as a Hojo for a long time. The main hall houses sliding doors painted with scenes of cranes, pine trees, and wisteria. They are considered to be the work of early Edo period artists of the Kano School such as Kano Motonobu and Kano Eitoku. The main hall and its wall paintings have been designated Important Cultural Properties.