Place of Worship


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Saito Family
Saito Family
February 3, 2020
Ryoanji Temple (龍安寺, Ryōanji) is the site of Japan's most famous rock garden, which attracts hundreds of visitors every day. Originally an aristocrat's villa during the Heian Period, the site was converted into a Zen temple in 1450 and belongs to the Myoshinji school of the Rinzai sect of Zen…
October 9, 2019
Ryoanji Temple is well-known for its beautiful rock garden. Distance: 47 minutes by bus (bus n.59, 230JPY) Entrance fee: 500 for adults, 300 for children Opening hours: 8:00~17:00 (From December to February close at 16:30)
July 12, 2019
A stone garden with 15 stones arranged on the sand, you can not see it all at once, from anywhere. The author and the gardening age are unknown, and the garden that brings some mysterious atmosphere further highlights the original beauty.
July 3, 2019
Don't miss to go to the famous Japanese​ garden. There are 15 stones, and there is a hidden secret. Let's go and find the answer!!
November 3, 2018
Wabisabu world The garden painted with sand calms the mind

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A terrace with a nice view room 30㎡

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Buddhist Temple
“Few travellers make the journey all the way out to this sprawling temple complex, but most who do find it a pleasant spot. It’s certainly a good counterpoint to the crowded and more famous temples nearby. Originally containing more than 60 structures, Ninna-ji was built in 888 and is the head temple of the Omuro branch of the Shingon school. The present temple buildings, including a five-storey pagoda, date from the 17th century.”
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Place of Worship
“Saihoji (西芳寺, Saihōji), more commonly known as Kokedera (苔寺), is one of Kyoto's Unesco World Heritage Sites. Entrance to this temple requires a reservation made well in advance. Kokedera means Moss Temple, referring to the temple garden's estimated 120 different varieties of moss. Outside of winter, visitors to the temple can walk through this spectacular garden, which has strongly influenced subsequent Japanese garden design. Kokedera was originally the site of Prince Shotoku's villa before becoming a temple in the Nara Period. In 1339, the temple was renovated and converted into a Zen temple under the priest Muso Soseki. Muso is also credited with creating Kokedera's gardens.”
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History Museum
“OPEN:9:30~16:30 This is very famous sake brewery that was built in 1637. You can take a tour of Gekkeikan Ookurakinennkan for 300yen. Addmision includes a free bottle og sake. You can also sample different types of sake while taking the tour.”
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“This way is the best famous and natural beauty way in Kyoto! You'll walk to the riverside all the while. There are a lot of temples and shrines.You can arrive at the Ginkaku Temple finally. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“Serene temple with historic shrines & a bamboo grove, plus a teahouse hosting seasonal ceremonies.”
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