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Buddhist Temple
“The sloping road with 1.2 km long from Higashi-oji street to Kiyomizutera is called Kiyomizu Saka, there are lots of souvenir shops for tourist at both sides. The shrine is leveled land with stone wall in the middle of Kiyomizuyama (Otowa Mauntain) at 242 meter elevation and lots of houses stand side by side. After passing the Nioumon gate at the entrance, go straight at the West gate, three-story pagoda, Buddhist library, Tamura-do and Asakura-do and arrive at the main hall. After passing the main hall, Shakado and Amidado, you may see Okunoin standing at the cliff and the fall with very famous water, so called Otowanotaki. If you go further in a southern direction from the Otowanota, you may see the Taizan-ji over the valley named as Kinunkyou, and three-story pagoda named as Koyasutou. Furthermore, there are Jinushi Shrein in a northern direction of the main hall and the main house of chief priest named as Seijyuuin.”
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Shrine
“Yasaka Shrine, once called Gion Shrine, is a Shinto shrine located in Gion. It is also the most famous shrine in Kyoto, and is a host shrine for Kyoto's Gion Matsuri festival. Inside the shrine is a pleasant garden - a popular spot for hanami cherry-viewing parties in spring. Yasaka Shrine is also reputedly popular among geisha and a number of the shrine's many annual festivals are attended by them.”
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Buddhist Temple
“At this place, you can see thousand statues of Buddha. They are so great. You will feel something mysterious there. Sanjusangendo is close to Kyoto National Museum, so you should go both.”
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Museum
“Accessible en 6 stations de trains, ce musée propose une exposition permanente et des expositions tournantes très intéressantes.”
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Parc
“Enyama Park is a beautiful place to go and have a picnic and enjoy the sun. Come with your family and see the temple (Yasaka Shrine) thats right next door as well!”
  • Recommandé par 41 habitants
Buddhist Temple
“In spring, bloom beautiful sakura (cherry trees), in autumn, can see beautiful turned leaves(red, yellow, orange .etc). In neighborhood, there is Kiyomizu, temple, so it is indispensable in the Higashiyama walk. ”
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Place of Worship
“In autumn, in this temple, colored leaves are the highlight. And this temple is the one of the oldest and biggest in Japan. You are worth going!”
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Parc
“A beautiful narrow street filled with various restaurants that is bound to fill your appetite. This place is more than worthy to take a few photos of, especially in the night time.”
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Colloquial Area
“Most famous geisha district in Kyoto, located around Shijo Avenue between Yasaka Shrine in the east and the Kamo River in the west. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“The three gates of Chion-in is known for the “Three achievement of enlightenment”, which represents “Vacuity”, “No form” and “Natural”. It was constructed by the donation from 2nd Shogun, Hidetada Tokugawa in 1621. These three gates of the temple have the tallest height for wooden gate in Japan. The width is 26.6 m and the height is 23.8 m from the foundation stone to the roof. It has the typical shape of three gates which is the Gokensanko-nikainjyu-mon in the Iriomoya-Tsukuri style and clay tile roofing. The frame of Kacho-zan set up in the front of the temple three gates was painted by the Emperor Reigen. Entering the temple three gates, you may see two kinds of slopes which is called Otokozaka (Men’s slope) and Onnazaka (Women’s slope). On the Otokozaka there are steep stairways, on the other hand the Onnazaka has more gentle stairways but slightly longer slope. Now, which way will you select?”
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Marché
“This market, set up along Nishikikoji St. between Teramachi and Takakura streets, is known as the "kitchen of Kyoto." On this narrow, stone-paved street, about 150 grocery stores sell the best fresh produce available in Kyoto. It is always bustling with customers who come to look, to taste, and to buy the best.”
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Grand magasin
“"Takashimaya Shopping Center" Takashimaya is very famous department store. ”
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Théâtre
“Minamiza Theatre is one of the earliest of the seven officially licensed Kabuki theatres built in the early Edo period and continues to present Kabuki across over 400 years of history. It is hard not to spot this beautiful building in the Gion district. Known as Kyoto's most famous kabuki theatre, each play are a medley of acts from various well-known kabuki plays. The plays are of course in Japanese, but you will receive a small English breakdown of each act. If you want a great experience and a taste of culture, this place is a must!”
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Buddhist Temple
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“Serene temple with historic shrines & a bamboo grove, plus a teahouse hosting seasonal ceremonies.”
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Sublocality Level 2
“Kyoto station. You will need to go to Shin-Osaka station to transfer to Kyoto.”
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Buddhist Temple
“Kennin-ji holds various cultural properties / national treasures and exhibits in the library, such as the folding screen of “Fujin Raijin” made by Soutatsu Tawaraya representing Rin group of painters. Furthermore, the barrier picture of “Unryu-zu” made by Yusyo Kaihou is exhibited in the residence of elders. We recommend you the “Daiyu-en” the dry garden style in the residence of elders and “Choon-tei” in the court as hot spots. Especially, “Choon-tei” show various expression in seasons and you may see wonderful scenery of red leaves in the Autumn. At the ceiling of lecture hall, “Souryu-zu” (picture of a dragon) made by Atsushi Koizumi is painted. It is worth seeing the 108 tatami mats large (1 tatami mat is aprox 1.82㎡) water ink paintings on the ceiling.”
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