This Buddhist columbarium-and-temple complex has a few unusual monuments. Besides the gigantic golden laughing Buddha with oddly placed windows, you'll see an old temple (c 1920s) enshrined inside a large new one built for the purpose of preserving the former. Near the entrance of the complex is a small graveyard with a Shinto shrine containing the bones of Japanese who died in Taiwan during WWII. Japanese diplomats come to pay their respects every year. Behind it, a pagoda commemorates 36,000 Japanese soldiers of Taiwanese descent.
There is also a modern office building shaped like a Chinese copper bell. The building to your far left as you enter the complex is the columbarium which does not welcome sightseers.