and , Nihongo|Ōeikinmyō-ezu|応永鈞命絵図, Nihongo|Tōryōeiyo-bakuseki|東陵永與墨蹟, and various writings of
* The garden, created by Musō Soseki, features a circular promenade around Nihongo|Sōgen Pond|曹源池|sōgenchi, and is registered as both a special place of scenic beauty and a historical landmark.
*cite web| last =| first =| authorlink =| coauthors =| title =Head Temples - Tenryu-ji| work =| publisher =Official Site of the Joint Council for Japanese Rinzai and Obaku Zen| date =| url =http://zen.rinnou.net/head_temples/07daitoku.html| format =| doi =| accessdate = 2008-01-20
*Much of the content of this article was translated from the equivalent Japanese-language article, accessed on July 24, 2006.
* [http://www.pref.kyoto.jp/visitkyoto/en/theme/sites/shrines/w_heritage/12/ Kyoto Prefectural Tourism Guide for Tenryū-ji]
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