In this temple complex of several halls and pagodas, the most important buildings are the Dai-tō and Kondō . The Dai-tō, rebuilt in 1934 after a fire, is said to be the centre of the lotus-flower mandala formed by the eight mountains around Kōya-san. It's well worth entering the Dai-tō to see the Dainichi-nyōrai (Cosmic Buddha) and his four attendant Buddhas. It's been repainted and is an awesome sight. The nearby Sai-tō was most recently rebuilt in 1834 and is more subdued.