It has been said that Gionzan Chorakuji which Hojo Masako, also called the general in nun's habit, built in Sasamegayatsu to pray for the soul of her husband, Yoritomo Minamoto, was the predecessor of this temple. Later at the end of the Kamakura period, it was moved to where Zendoji had been (the current location) and became Anyoin. Anyoin is the posthumous name of Hojo Masako.
In 1680, the temple was burned down; therefore, Tashiro Nobutsuna, serving Yoritomo, moved the Kannondo Hall of Tashiroji which he built before. Then the temple became "Gionzan Anyoin Tashiroji".
据说这座寺庙的前身 Gionzan 长乐寺北条雅子，在修女的习惯，也称为一般建在 Sasamegayatsu，为她的丈夫，源赖朝，灵魂祈祷。后来在镰仓时代的结束，它搬到哪里 Zendoji 竟被 （当前位置），成为 Anyoin。Anyoin 是德郡豪生雅子的遗腹子名称。
在 1680 年，寺庙被烧毁;因此，田宣纲，供应源赖朝-移动他以前生成的 Tashiroji 大厅，都会。然后寺成为了"Gionzan Anyoin Tashiroji"。