Take the JR Eye Line (also known as the JR Mountain Yinben Line). The one-way trip from Kyoto Station to Emei-Lanshan Station is 15 minutes and the fare is 230 yuan. After getting off at JR Emei Station, you can buy tickets for Emei mini-train at 620 yen by the station. Take a sightseeing train, enjoy cherry blossoms in spring, and see red maple everywhere in autumn. When we went, it was raining. The air was very fresh. The staff at the station took enthusiastic pictures of the tourists. When the train left, they stood in line and waved goodbye. If time is abundant, the more common basic method is to take a one-way trip, enjoy the scenery of Baojin Gorge along the way, take a field trail for about ten minutes, get on at JR Mahao Station, get off at Lanshan Station, and walk to Lanshan District. Lanshan is the best place to visit mountains and rivers. The upstream Baojin River, the canyon is deep, the current is turbulent and the scenery is unique. The downstream has a 154-meter-long moon bridge connecting the two sides, standing on the bridge and looking around. Lanshan is vaguely like Dai, covered with pines and cherries, and the river is rippling under the bridge. There are Lanshan Park, Guishan Park and Tianlong Temple beside the bridge, and there are some scenic spots and historic sites such as Dabeige Pavilion, Falun Temple and Xiaoduzhuang in the mountains. The Grand Hanoi Villa is worth seeing. A house surrounded by trees is elegant and concise. Everyone has a cup of hot tea before leaving. It's delicious. Further up the hill, you can see the poetry tablets left by Premier Zhou Enlai when he was studying in Japan. Because of Premier Zhou's rainy Lanshan, it has become a must-see spot for a trip to Kyoto. There are many delicacies in Lanshan. Don't miss them.
We went to Arashimaya for a day trip. It was overall a fruitful experience with a visit to the famous Bamboo Grove. further down you’ll find Okochi Sanso Garden and Jojjakoji Temple, don’t miss them. The entrance fees’ not that bad considering the picturesque view they offer. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and do not even try to google Bamboo grove, google is not updated. We got lost going to the Bamboo grove. Good thing a kind man helped us.
we just pass by the bamboo forest and do a hiking into the forest. the Bamboo forest is so beautiful. and after the bamboo we are up to forest. the way trekking to the forest its so peacful and fresh. Our destination is a river inside the forest. After 1 hour we reach, Take a nap besides the river, listen the sound of nature and swiming! it was an awesome trip.
Lanshan is a famous scenic spot in Kyoto, located in the northwest of the city, the eastern edge of the Danbo Heights, known as "the first scenic spot in Kyoto". The mountain is 375 meters high. To the northeast is Eye, to the East is Daze, Guangze and Yuduoyo, and to the west is Xiaocangshan. The famous Dayan River winds through its north. Upstream of Baojin River, the canyon is deep, the current is turbulent, and the scenery is unique. Downstream, there is a 154-meter-long Moon-crossing Bridge connecting the two sides, standing on the bridge and looking around, Lanshan looms like Dai, densely covered with pine cherries; under the bridge, blue waves ripple, flowing water ripples; in the drizzle, smoke curls, if hidden; at first dark, the peaks are green, sometimes birds sing, not aware of the quiet dust, full of poetry. There are Lanshan Park, Guishan Park and Tianlong Temple beside the bridge. In the mountains, there are places of interest such as Dabeige, Falun Temple and Xiaoduzhuang.
It's worth going. We took a small train from Guigang Station to Lanshan. I believe it would be better in autumn. Through the bamboo forest to the Tianlong Temple, Tianlong Temple is selected as the intangible cultural heritage by gardens, with Japanese characteristics. Out of a small commercial street opposite Tianlong Temple, there are restaurants, fruit stores and souvenir shops. It was delicious to eat Anguilla Anguilla rice with Michelin star. The eels are not fishy at all. It is said that this is the only one in Guanxi area that cooks eels in the way of Guandong. It is highly recommended, but we have to queue up in advance.
I live in Osaka, but I often go to Kyoto to take pictures. There are fewer and more tourists than Qingshui Temple. The courtyard of Tianlong Temple is very beautiful. There are early cherry trees in the vicinity. It opened around March 10. There are almost no Chinese tourists. There is a car folding station at the back door of the shrine. It's amazing to take Japanese photo here!
I went to Lanshan several times on the way to red leaves. Lanshan has beautiful scenery along the way. There are bamboo forests, moon bridge and other natural scenery. There are also temples such as Tianlong Temple and Changjing Temple. There are also boat rafting along the way to enjoy beautiful mountains and waters. It is really a rare place in Japan. It is so beautiful.