The full name of this temple is - Ryuunzan Ruriko-oin Tokokuzenji Temple.
The temple was first built in 1582, at the rear of what is now a cemetery. At the time the main image was of Bhaishajyaguru, or the Medicine Buddha, thus the temple was also named Ruriko-oin.
"How I miss my father and mother - the cry of the pheasant".
Tokoku-ji is located in the hamlet of Kumogahata, about a 30-minute drive from downtown Kyoto. As you can see in the image above, the town is surrounded by hills and mountains, making it an outdoor enthusiast paradise. As the road is very narrow, parking your car may be difficult.
There is a lot to see & experience in the area, as can be seen in the slideshow.