On the hillside of Arashiyama Park, closer to the river, there is a huge stone monument. This is a poem written by Premier Zhou after he traveled to Arashiyama in the rain before leaving Kyoto in 1919 to return to China. The prime minister wrote this poem for exactly one hundred years. At that time, the prime minister had imagined that one hundred years later, the most tourists in Arashiyama would be Chinese. A hundred years of development, this stone monument has witnessed the rise of China!
Walking along the stream from Togetsu Bridge towards Arashiyama Park, it didn't take long to go up the entrance slope of the park and it was easy to find the stone stele of Premier Zhou after looking at the signpost. This is the vernacular poetry left by Premier Zhou when he visited Kyoto in 1919 before he finished studying in Japan and prepared to return. There are 4 poems in total. What is written in the poem is Premier Zhou Yu's thoughts about visiting Lanshan in the middle of the rain, written by Liao Chengzhi.
The poem monument of Lanshan in the rain with the famous Zhou Enlai inscription is located on the famous Arashiyama. Every time I come to Arashiyama, it is mostly rainy. When it rains, Arashiyama seems to be a little fairy, as if in a fairyland.