It is a lovely ensemble of small buildings joined by galleries, giving view to several small gardens. The buildings are decorated by beautiful painted screens. There is also a recent  dramatic painting of two dragons, pen and ink on traditional paper, by Junsaku Koizumi.
This is a large room you see at the beginning of the visit, with interesting painted screens.
Approaching another building.
A small courtyard.
Here are several of the pen and ink drawings on the screens.
And then this irresistible Daruma picture!
Here is a classic Zen garden:
The border of a gallery:
After another courtyard,
I reached the hall with that dramatic ceiling picture of the twin dragons.
I found Kennin-ji particularly attractive and interesting, tucked away in the HIgashiyama area, close to Gion. There are relatively few visitors.
I went next to Miyajima, a return trip to a very famous place.