This is a stone path on the outside of the temple, people will be less than the surrounding temple, but the environment is also good, many tourists will not walk here, but I think you can come here to see.
From the two years down the path will be this path, I feel this should belong to the last stone path in the scope of the Qingshui Temple, it is actually a relatively modern road, but it is still possible.
Ningning was the wife of the Japanese hero Toyotomi Hideyoshi. The Kodai Temple was built by his wife Ningning to commemorate her husband. The road is just in front of the Kodai Temple. The reason why it is named this way means that the long chambers stay together! It can't last long in the world. It is also a long-term affection to build a temple and accompany by life.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi's wife was named Kitasasho and her nickname was Ning Ning. After Toyotomi Hideyoshi's death, Ning Ning became a monk and repaired at the Kodai Temple, so the trails in front of the Kodai Temple left Ning Ning's footsteps. After that, these trails were called Ning Ning Tao. On the Ningning Road, there are scenic spots such as the Gaodai Temple Museum, Yuandeokin Temple, etc., you can stroll around together.
The small road in front of Cao Dai Temple is called Ning Ning Zhi Dao, and a large number of tour groups pass by here every day; the small road on the side of Cao Dai Temple is also called Ning Ning Zhi Dao and connects to Yuandeokin Temple. In short, the paths that Ningning often walked are called Ningning Tao. Ning Ning is the nickname of Toyotomi Hideyoshi's main office of Beizheng. Of course, Ning Ning's name is much more pleasant and kind, and makes people love him. Ning Ning and Toyotomi Hideyoshi are also very affectionate. After Toyotomi's death, Ningning shaved his hair as a nun and came to Gaotai Temple for repairs. Ningning's footsteps were all around the high platform.
Ninenzaka Slope is one of many renowned places to enjoy the picturesque well preserved Japanese old wooden housing in Kyoto. The best point of this area is it lies in the Central Kyoto and it is also easily approached, which closes to many historic buildings, significant temples, and cultural places. Nowadays, the buildings along the slope are used mostly for commercial purpose like restaurants, food stalls, and souvenir shops. Because of its good condition, Ninenzeka Slope becomes one of the best places to experience the beauty and richness culture of Japan in Kyoto.
Sister to Sannenzaka, Ninenzaka is another pleasant stone street near Kiyomizu-dera. Lined with shops, restaurants, etc. but retains much of its old charm. A must visit.