Located in the southwest of Kyoto Station in Japan, the "East Temple", also known as the Wang Huguo Temple, was built in 796 AD and was built as a guardian temple in Kyoto. It is also one of the 17 world cultural heritage sites in Kyoto. Although the East Temple is not as famous as the Kiyomizu-dera Temple and the Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine, it is the only existing intact Beijing-style building in Kyoto. The five-storied pagoda in the temple is a Japanese national treasure-level cultural relic. The temple is full of a sense of history. There are fewer tourists in Lidong Temple on weekdays, but on the 21st of every month, there will be crowds, because this day is the Hongfa market in Dongsi. In addition to the incense, there are more than a thousand booths in the temple. Like the flea market, there are antique artifacts, old objects, handicrafts, daily necessities, snacks, etc., especially with fireworks. Dong Temple contains many treasures of national treasures. It is also a cherry blossom viewing place in Kyoto. In the spring, the five-storied pagoda and the eight-sakura in the East Temple complement each other; the lotus pond in the summer pond is full of Zen fun; the autumn is the resort to enjoy maple leaves and ginkgo. Even if your trip in Kyoto is not on the 21st, it is especially worth visiting.