Abe-ya-dana is named after Kyanzittha's queen. It is similar to Naga-yon in style, and according to Strachan (p.59), was built slightly earlier. The ogival arch of the entrance would originally have been topped by a single rather than a double pediment, and the main tower and finials are in the form of a stupa. Like other temples, the exterior was originally stuccoed. Restored lions perch on the corners, as at the small shrine nearby.