Stunning place to visit, a lot to take in and walk around. The buildings are amazing. Good place to visit worth the time
- Touno Sekibutsu no Sato. Pilgrimage to Sekibutsu.
- Daigo-ji Temple.
- Chushojima - Kyoto, the Sake capitol of Japan
Last year the Aoi Matsuri festival was cancelled due to bad weather. I went to this shrine after an old lady recommended it and offered to take me there. Thanks oba-chan! ^^! There were lots of students who were on school trip when i got there so i just joined the gang. I studied Japanese language BTW. I found out... More
While the temple itself isnt very special and is perhaps only worth it during the fall light up, the market is a lot of fun! the different kimono, antiques and other nick-knacks makes it unmissable. Check it out on the 25th of every month
This is the most famous shrine for an academic achievement in Japan. I visited this shrine just because it was close to my main destination Golden Pavilion. Although the shrine was not as impressive as Golden Pavilion, because it doesn't take much time to see both of them, it may be a good idea to visit this shrine as well.... More
This Shinto experience, dedicated as it is to the power of education, is a handsome example of the balance that comes from asymmetry design as practiced so perfectly in Japan. The friendly flea market held on each 25th of the month (where we had a remarkable Christmas flea market fest) is exceptional, brilliantly culinary and brilliantly brimming with antique treasures... More
We looked up temple markets and ended up here on the last friday of the month. Great market browsing - we bought an obi (kimono sash) and there were lots of lovely old kimono for sale. Fabulous and very surprising large temple grounds with beautiful gardens. Highly recommended especially on market days. Go before lunchtime. It's near the Golden Temple... More
We first visited this shrine in autumn when the colour of the maple trees is famous, and justly highly regarded. You feel as though you are surrounded by, and walking through, the intense red colour of the leaves. A truly lovely walk through the grounds. On top of this, if you time your visit on the right day, there is... More
Flea market day on the 25th of each month, again, worth the crowds for the interesting stuff that is being sold, people watching and food to sample/eat lunch. Shrine itself on lovely grounds, and also worth a visit. Great experience all around.
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