Kyoto Changzheguang Temple, a temple on the mountainside of Lushan Mountain, where you can look up and see the panoramic view of Lushan. The quaint atmosphere of this temple has a very special mystery, which is especially suitable for my witch costume! Of course, because there are too many people in the temple, I waited until it was dark before I took a selfie of no one. At night, the small street lights lit up, and I felt that there would be a hill demon around. After entering the mountain gate, the scenery in front of you was amazing and staggering. Above the top of the head, the eyes caused by the gaze are all covered with golden pieces, and the tourists are full of praise. In spring and summer, everything here is a vibrant green, quiet and safe, extraordinary and refined. Autumn, gorgeous and dazzling; spring and summer, elegant and leisurely, each has its own merits. Changleguang Temple Maple Leaf is red, and the ground is also beginning to be paved with red carpet. The red leaves of the mountains and plains are partly green, green and bamboo, and there are several trees with yellow leaves. The colors are rich and colorful. Through the winding stone steps, looking at the solemn and quiet temples in the distance, this is natural and human. A wonderful combination.
Changzongguang Temple is a Japanese lotus temple located in the right-hand district of Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It is also the residence of the original Japanese poetry collection "One Hundred People and One Song Collection" by Fujiwara. Changzongguang Temple is famous for its multi-towers and red leaves. It is the premier spot of red leaves in Lushan. Every season when the maple is harvested, the maple leaves of the temple are red, the ginkgo is yellow, and the mountain is far away. There are towers and mountains and rivers. Coming in from the main entrance, climb a small steep slope, you can see the main hall of the Changling Light House. The treasure of Changzhanguang Temple - Duobao Tower, climb up the ladder next to it, all the way to the summit viewing platform. The temple was very quiet, passing through the Renwang Gate, climbing to the hillside, full of green moss, and suddenly realized the winding path, the deep atmosphere of the Zen room.
For the second consecutive year, the Kyoto Maple Leaf is the most memorable one. The most common thing is to go through the mountain gates. The maple trees on both sides of the stairs are on the mountain. The afternoon sun shines from the air, and the gradient maple leaves are swaying in the wind. It is really possible to see the kind of people who feel moved!
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I wrote a travel note about Kyoto's small scenic spots. I thought about it. There are many beautiful but interesting spots that I have deleted from the recommendation, but I just want to leave Changjiguang Temple.
Many people, but you can choose to go early, maybe you can shoot the red leaves at the door. The red leaves of Changzhanguang Temple are tall and lush, the layers of forest are dyed, and the gradient is quite rich. The sights are all the red leaves that cover the sky, and the small stone steps are full of tourists who are unable to move up and down, and their eyes are not willing to remove such a scene.
Changzhanguang Temple is a Buddhist temple of Nichirenzong in Kyoto's wilderness. It was originally a private mountain village "Time Rain Pavilion" of the Aristocratic Fujiwara of the Heian period, and was later converted into a Buddhist temple at the end of the sixteenth century. "Changling Light" comes from the Buddhist scriptures, meaning that the pure land of Amitabha is the ideal place for Buddhism. Also known as: the beauty on the hillside.
Kohura, Ogurayama, Kyoseno-ku, Kyoto City Opening hours: 9