After crossing the overpass you will find a road leading to the bridge of Meguro River. After crossing the river you will see Arco Tower Annex(one of the offices is Amazon Japan Head Office) impressive building representing Meguro Gajoen complex. Daienji is located at the top part of Gyoninzaka Slope after passing the entrance of Meguro Gajoen.
The recommended route between Gohyaku Rakanji temple to Daienji temple is a bit complicated. Kaifukuji temple is right next to the Gohyaku Rakanji temple. After visiting Kaifukuji temple go along the narrow road running east of the temple after climbing the steep road you will see the downslope coming from the graveyard of the temple. When you go down the slope, turn left and cross the overpass then you will see a road directing to Meguro Gajoen.
On one of the Meguro Walking trails, after getting out from Meguro Fudoson, the next destination is Gohyaku-Rakanji Temple, another popular attraction known by wooden 500 arhat statues. There is a shortcut route from the narrow road right at the Niomon Gate, but the guidebooks often recommend roundabout route also visiting other temples around Ryusenji Temple. First go out from Niomon and walk about 100 meters south and turn left at the barbershop. Along the road there are two small temples, such as Anyoin Temple best known by its unique museum themed on Asian Buddhism(currently closed for renovation) and Jojuin Temple nicknamed as Takoyakushi. Turn left at the intersection close to Jojuin Temple and walk about a few minutes. The building of Gohyaku-Rakanji Temple is surprisingly built with reinforced concrete.
There are a number of ways to get to Meguro Fudoson(Ryusenji Temple) from Rinshi-no-Mori Park but the easiest way to follow is from Higashimon Gate of the park located at the southeastern corner of the park where a number of park mapboards are placed. Right after you get out of the park from the gate you will see a wooden signpole indicating it is a part of Ishikozaka slope so named because it used to be a pebbly slope. You will soon find a directional poles indicating the road leading to the temple. To get to the temple turn left at the barber shop then you will find a Niomon Gate of the Ryusenji Temple nicknamed as Meguro Fudoson.
Parasitological Museum is one of the destinations for a local walking trail and its next destinations are either Rinshi-no-Mori Park or Meguro Fudoson(Ryusenji Temple). Both destinations are within 10 minutes walk from the museum. First find a directional board for Meguro Fudoson(photo #1). After walking this sloped road for about five minutes and walk past the park you will find a fork after getting down the slope. To get to Meguro Fudoson go to the leftward road. To get to the Rinshi-no-Mori Park turn right at the fork. After walking about a few minutes the road joins the wider road. Turn left and walk toward the woods. Then you will find a Akashiamon gate of Rinshi-no-Mori Park.
Also see my wikiloc map for detailed course.
Walk Around Meguro Station
Meguro Parasitological Museum is one of the most popular attractions around Meguro station. To get there, get out from the station from West Exit of the station. You will find a huge road with mild downslope. Then walk toward it and in a few minutes downslope you will cross the Meguroshinbashi Bridge. After crossing a broad street in which Otori Shrine is at the corner, you go up mild slope and you will find a museum on the left side of the road.
Meguro is one of the Yamanote Line stations so from Tokyo station it is not so difficult to reach. Take the train bound for Shibuya and Shinjuku. From the areas west of Tokyo such as Yokohama, Hamamatsu, Nagoya, Kyoto and Osaka, get off at Shinkansen Express at Shinagawa station and change trains to local train. Then get on the train which starts at #2 platform bound for Shibuya, Shinjuku and Ikebukuro. Meguro is the third stop from Shinagawa station.