Fang Guang Temple, located near the Kyoto Museum, is not very famous in fact, but if you are familiar with the history of the Warring States Period, it is still a very famous place. The most famous one is the bell of Fang Guang Temple. Because of the long time, most of the other words on the bell can not be seen, but the eight words of national well-being, monarch and Minister Fengle are circled in white, barely able to see clear words. As the end of the Warring States Period, the side is the Fengguo Shrine, occupying a large area, which is generally a relatively clean advantage.
There are three courtyards built by Yang's late painter, Snow Boat and so on "Crane Turtle", alias "Snow Boat Temple". In addition, there are also "Huiguantang" that can drink tea in the courtyard, which was called "Tea Guanbai" in Edo era. Because whenever we visit Dongfu Temple, we have to drink tea and build "Tunan Pavilion". Huiguantang Pavilion was rebuilt from Tunan Pavilion.
Very good, beautiful surroundings, very good greening, enter the attitude is very kind.
A simple and ancient temple has a sense of historical precipitation.
Typical Japanese architectural style, almost no tourists, quiet to the extreme.
It's not as well known as the bell of the Knowing Entertainment Court, and it's not very auspicious. After all, it's the evidence that the Tokugawa family destroyed the Toyoshi family under the excuse of the Tokugawa family. Knowing that history can be seen, there is no need to come on purpose.