Longan Temple, Japan, tickets are 500 baht. Yes, it is more expensive than the Golden Pavilion. There are really few people here, and, beautiful! Five stars in the word maple . The Longan Temple is an ancient temple built by the Muromachi era, the Tokugawa Warrior's Eastern Army General Hosokawa Seiyo in the second year of the year (AD 1450). The most famous here is the abbot garden, which is paved with white sand in the east-west rectangular garden. It is equipped with 15 stones of different sizes and is a famous dry garden. Longan Temple is bigger than the Golden Pavilion Temple. This maple tree on the edge of the pool is the most beautiful I have seen in Kyoto these days. The maple leaf of Long'an Temple is really beautiful and can't bear to leave.
My favorite part of the area is absolutely the Water Lily Pond. Countless Water Lilies cover the whole pond, it was such a sight. Probably, it would've been prettier if the Lilies are in bloom. Ryoanji is a Zen temple located in the northwest of Kyoto. It's a very soothing and quite place, plus, the fee is cheap; ¥500.
This temple was one of the most peaceful places I have ever witnessed in my entire life. It had less tourists that other temples we visited because it was a further walk from the mainstream area. But it was entirely worth it. The quiet chirping of the wooden planks around the buildings as people walk and admire the zen garden is a sound that I’ll always associate with peace. I'd heard about this garden but never thought I'd get the chance to see it. It didn't disappoint. You could sit a stare at if for hours. It is just such a peaceful space to be in. The colours change constantly. The rest of the garden wrapped round the temple is very beautiful and so well maintained. The lily lake is sublime. Visit and enjoy.
Ryoan-ji is a temple of Zen Buddhism within the northwest a part of the city whose name manner 'temple of the peaceful dragon'. Zen and lay visitors alike experience a feel of calm right here (despite the thousands of other people also right here to enjoy that equal feel of calm). Of word right here is the Zen rock lawn inside the temple's grounds, which incorporates 15 rocks blanketed with moss on a bed of flawlessly raked white gravel. They may be placed so that visitors can handiest see 14 rocks from any perspective. Earlier than getting into a temple, it is standard to use the basin in the front to scrub hands and mouth to purify yourself.