Even if you have been to the Temple of Peace, you may not have heard a concert in the Palace of Peace. Having just watched the peaceful shrine live of Tang Bengang in 2016, I feel that my soul has been purified. At night, the Great Pole Hall of the Peace God Palace reflects the lights of live and the projected scenery. There are still mists on the stage. The vermilion Tang style building is more mysterious in the haze. The long song lingered over the shrine, and with the new technology of Japanese dance beauty, I actually saw the twining light. Actually, I just want to be complimented by people who know how to send pictures.
I don't like to go to crowded places, but there really aren't many places in downtown Kyoto. It seems that there are not many people going to the Temple of Peace, because everyone likes to squeeze into the Temple of Clear Water, so let's go to the Temple of Peace. The building of Ping An Shen Palace is modelled on some of the buildings of the Palace of Ping An Period, but it is only two-thirds the size of the original building. Entering the door, you can see two small trees like cherry blossom trees, which are people's wishes, tied in the wishing tree, and bless peace. The real cherry tree is on both sides of the hall. There is a variety of cherry trees. These two trees should have existed for hundreds of years. Their trunks are very thick. They must be very beautiful during the cherry blossom season.
In front of the Peace God Palace, there was a heavy traffic jam. The chartered driver said it was difficult to stop nearby and quickly put it down, so we found a place to stop. The building of Ping'an Shen Palace imitates part of the building of Ping'an Palace, but only two-thirds of the original building, the whole pattern has a distinct style of Chinese architecture in the Tang Dynasty. What attracted me was the introduction on the Kyoto Tourist Network that there were plenty of branches and cherries blooming here. Cherry is my favorite variety. It looks like a willow tree. On the branches are cherry blossoms with multiple petals in pink and purple color. It is more beautiful than Yoshino Cherry in white and natural conditions.
Cherry blossom season is worth visiting. Last time I came here, I just lamented the delicacy of the Japanese courtyard, which was conquered by the beauty of cherry blossoms. Originally planned to come here first and then go to Qingshui Temple, the result of taking photos for a long time missed the opening of Qingshui Temple. The main reason is that the fully blooming cherry is different from the common cherry blossoms, which are more graceful after artificial cultivation. The cherry blossoms in the garden changed the whole courtyard into a new spring dress.
Ping'an Shengong is also a must-see spot for tour guides. Its interior architecture is not special. It is similar to the Shrine Style. It will hold some activities. The Fengna Pool at the entrance is the etiquette of entering the Shrine. Washing hands and gargling mouth with water can bring good luck. The specific operation sequence is forgotten. It is exquisite. The Shrine is opposite to the musical theatre, the museum and the Bird House Bookstore. To a music competition, a lot of student clothes appeared in the crowd, led by the teacher. When we went, they had finished the competition. Many students had dinner and chat at the door, and the scene was quite spectacular.
On the way to Ping'an Shengong, I sighed with the Chartered driver about my good luck. The cherry blossoms blossomed in Kyoto in mid-April every year. It happened that the warm spring bloomed more than 10 days earlier this year, breaking the record, and it was sunny every day. But think about it again. Who will take their parents with them when they travel with their friends, friends, loved ones and children, even their elder parents? Maybe my filial piety touched Grandpa Sun. At last, we arrived at the gate of Ping'an Shengong. There was a heavy traffic jam. The driver said it was difficult to stop nearby. He put it down and we went to find a place to stop. The building of Ping'an Shen Palace imitates part of the building of Ping'an Palace, but only two-thirds of the original building, the whole pattern has a distinct style of Chinese architecture in the Tang Dynasty. What attracted me was the introduction on the Kyoto Tourist Network that there were plenty of branches and cherries blooming here. Cherry is my favorite variety. It looks like a willow tree. On the branches are cherry blossoms with multiple petals in pink and purple color. It is more beautiful than Yoshino Cherry in white and natural conditions.
Ping'an Shengong is a shrine in Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan. It is free. The main god of worship is the 50th and 121st generations of Emperor Huanwu and Emperor Xiao Tomorrow. The building of Ping An Shen Palace is modelled on some of the buildings of the Palace of Ping An Period, but it is only two-thirds the size of the original building. The whole sacred palace includes the big bird house, the sacred Palace road, the Yingtian Gate, the Great Pole Hall and the sacred garden, etc. It has a distinct style of Chinese architecture in the Tang Dynasty. The courtyard is not big. There's a big sink outside. It's very empty in the middle. If you pass by, it's worth visiting. There is a small gift shop in the main hall where you can buy amulets. The quality is very good.
The last part of the safe temple is the shrine, which is free of charge. Instead, the shrine collects tickets (600 yen, remember correctly). The area inside the shrine is really big and big, and it is still divided into the west route and the East route. Personally, people who have time can go in and see it, but they have to grasp the time to avoid delaying the departure time to the next scenic spot. There are so many tourists here. It is suggested to come during the cherry blossom season. The tour experience will be slightly better.
The cherry blossom season is the highest. There is a garden bigger than the Imperial Palace Garden. I walked for two hours. All kinds of old cherry trees are so beautiful that they have no friends. It feels beautiful in other seasons because of all kinds of plants. Then there was a tea party in a pavilion in the cherry blossom season. At 600 yen, I went in, ate a super beautiful fruit, drank a bowl of wipe tea which was washed out half a day after the performance, and wept at the sky. Where can I find this cost-effective ratio?