Where is the Kyoto Maple Leaf Season Night Map, this niche temple is the first choice!
Temple is the most amazing temple for my trip to the maple tour in Kyoto, and its night maple viewing is a must. The temple itself is very large, divided into Sanbaoyuan, Xiayu (Gam), Shangyu, and the night maple is mainly in the Xiazhang area.
The temple was built in the 16th year of the Zhenguan (874). According to legend, Master Sheng Bao Liyuan met the mountain god Hengwei Mingshen on the Shangyu Mountain and got the Lingquan-Lishui. He built a small temple to worship the two statues of Guanyin and Ruyi. It is the predecessor of the temple. After the completion of the Shangyu-5 Lobby, it began to plan the construction of the temple. The Suqian Hall was built in the four years of extension (926), and the five-storied tower was built in the five years of the Tianli (951). Since then, the temple has been playing an important role in the history of Buddhism as the central temple of the Shingon sect.
The biggest charm of the temple in the fall is the beautiful red leaves in the territory, especially under the unique lighting arrangement of the night, it is even more prosperous. In front of the mountain pass leading to the captain, "Linquan Court" is the most beautiful red leaf spot in the lower jaw, and it is also the most concentrated place of the light. It is a circle of red leaves around the lake. In the autumn season, where the forest is full of dyes, the red fire paradise and the red bridge in front are reflected in the water, and the red leaves are in harmony, showing a quiet and beautiful beauty.
There are relatively few visitors to the temple, and the night maple is only a few bustling people. This is the only place we have to meet in Kyoto without worrying about the entry of tourists. As a photography enthusiast, you don't have to be crowded, you can take pictures with ease.
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Temple - the oldest five-storied pagoda
Some people say that Kyoto, if you only see a cherry blossom, it is a temple. If you only look at one maple leaf, it is also a temple. If it is not the maple season or the cherry blossom season, you will not be disappointed if you come to the temple.
, is the general temple of the Japanese Buddhist Shingons, and is included in the World Heritage List as part of the ancient Kyoto cultural property. It was built in 874 and is considered one of the oldest temples in Kyoto. Except for the five-storied pagoda, the temple was destroyed by war. In 1598, the temple was rebuilt by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Every building in
Temple has a period of time, each of which is simple and solemn. Sanbaoyuan, Wuzhong Tower and Guanyintang are national treasures. The
five-tower is a must-see in the temple. The five-story gongs on the tower, the staggered arches, especially the tall phase wheels at the top of the tower are particularly eye-catching. This tower is a building in the Heian period of Japan. It is the oldest wooden building in Kyoto. It still retains the appearance of the prosperous period of the past.
Sanbao is designed by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Kyoto's famous dry landscape, cherry blossoms and maple leaves are very beautiful. Even in the winter, there will be a kind of tranquil beauty. The noon sun shines into the courtyard. Comfortable.
There is a special market on the 29th of each month. There are many products made by local people, such as honey and Beijing pickles. It is really worth buying.
The temple is a bit remote and it takes a lot of time to visit the city. The traffic is not particularly convenient, but the whole temple can enjoy maple in the fall, and the cherry blossoms in the spring are even more impressive. If you have time, you can arrange a visit for a long time.
Address: 22/hh, Higashi-Oda-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto City Visit time: 9:00~17
Daigo Temple (or Daigo-Ji) is a World Cultural Heritage site built in the year 874 and is the head temple of the Shingon Buddhist sect. Apart from a five-storied pagoda, the rest of the temple suffered the consequences of war and were mostly destroyed. In 1598, the Daigo temple was rebuilt for Toyotomi Hideyoshi's cherry blossom viewing parties. The Reihokan Museum on the grounds has special Spring and Autumn exhibitions to showcase the treasures of the temple. On the second Sunday of every April, there is the Ho-Taiko Hanami Gyoretsu, a reenactment of Toyotomi Hideyoshi's spectacular cherry blossom viewing parades.
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