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Kiyomizu-dera Temple

Kiyomizu-dera TempleNearby City

4.6/53,108 Reviews
Open at 6:00, the closing time is 17:30-18:30, depending on the season; the spring, summer and autumn are open for special visits at night, and open at night from 22:00 on December 31, The specific opening hours are subject to the official website. (Local time)
Kiyomizu-dera Temple is an ancient temple in Kyoto and was listed as a World Cultural Heritage site in 1994. The veranda of the temple suspended over the moutain is a national treasure of Japan. It is surrounded by green trees and is full of cherry blossoms in spring. In autumn, the red maple leaves is another attraction. It is equivalent to Kinkaku-jiand Arashiyama, and is a famous historical site in Kyoto. The pilgrims or visiting tourists who come to worship year round come in non-stop.
Fushimi Inari Taisha

Fushimi Inari TaishaNearby City

4.6/52,003 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Fushimi Inari Taisha is one of the oldest shrines in Kyoto. People come to worship Inari Okami, the god harvest and commercial success. The Torii leading to the main shrine is a famous landscape of this shrine. This long and endless pathway is arranged from the foot of the mountain to the top of the mountain. It is one of the representative landscapes of Kyoto and has appeared in the movie “Memoirs of a Geisha”. Because the fox is regarded as the messenger of the Inari Okami, the fox-faced shaped emas are a major feature here.
Kinkaku-ji

Kinkaku-jiNearby City

4.6/52,522 Reviews
Open from 9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
Kinkaku-ji is an ancient Japanese temple in Kyoto. Completed in 1397, it originally served as the villa of shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, but was later transformed into a Zen Buddhist temple. Originally named Rokuon-ji (literally "Deer Garden Temple"), it is also known as the Temple of the Golden Pavilion owing to the gold foil that the outside of the building is wrapped in. In addition to being a famous tourist attraction, Kinkaku-ji has also been designated as a National Treasure by the Japanese government and is a symbol of Kyoto.
Yasaka Shrine

Yasaka ShrineNearby City

4.5/5806 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Located in the Higashiyama scenic area of Kyoto and commonly called Gion Shrine, Yasaka Shrine is the most important Shinto shrine of the approximately 3,000 sub-shrines throughout Japan. The rather unique mikoshi (divine palanquin) within allows visitors the chance to pray to the God of Beauty. The shrine's ritual activity is known as the Gion Festival (Gion Matsuri), which is one of the three great Shinto festivals of Japan, together with the Kanda Festival (Kanda Matsuri) in Tokyo and the Tenjin Festival (Tenjin Matsuri) in Osaka. Yasaka Shrine is also a popular hanami (cherry blossom viewing) site in spring.
Todaiji

TodaijiNearby City

4.6/51,012 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
April-September 7:30-17:30, October 7:30-17:00, November-February 8:00-16:30, March 8:00-17:00 (Local time)
Todaij, located on the east side of Nara, boasts a history of over 1,200 years. As one of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara, it has been listed as a World Cultural Heritage site. Jianzhen, an eminent monk of the Tang Dynasty in China, set up the temple here as the ordination hall for monks. The large bronze Buddha and the reconstructed East Hall are must-see attractions.
Tenryu-ji

Tenryu-jiNearby City

4.5/5502 Reviews
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Sun - Sat 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM (Local time)
Tenryu-ji is a UNESCO World Heritage site constructed in 1339. Related to both the Ashikaga family and the Emperor Go-Daigo, the temple is held in high esteem but has suffered intense fire damage over the years, damaging its once pristine appearance. Designed by the celebrated Muso Soseki, the gardens combine aristocratic elegance with Zen Buddhist sensibilities. A seated Buddha from the Fujiwara period can be found inside the temple itself.
Church of the Light

Church of the LightNearby City

4.5/586 Reviews
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Church of the Light is located in the suburbs of Osaka City, Japan. It is a well-known work by famous architect Tadao Ando. Along with Kazeno (Wind) Church and Chapel on the Water, they form Tadao Ando's "Church Trilogy". Church of the Light has a unique charm from within and leaves an impression on its visitors. It blends in with the scenery of mountain and water in the garden, leaving visitors in awe of its beauty.
Senbon Torii

Senbon ToriiNearby City

4.7/5248 Reviews
Other Places of Worship
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Senbon Torii are the famous gates at Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto. The gates are densely packed together and ordered in a beautiful sequence from the foot of the mountain to the top. As you walk through the gates you can see the visually stunning intertwining of the old faded archways with those that are bright red and scarlet. The movie "Memoirs of a Geisha" was also filmed here.
Shitennoji Temple

Shitennoji TempleNearby City

4.4/5480 Reviews
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Center gamma, garden and churches April-September 8:30-16:30, October - March 8:30-16:00; 6:30-18:00; Please refer to the official website for the opening hours of the special period and treasures museum. (Local time)
Osaka's Shitennoji Temple is said to have been constructed under the auspices of Prince Shotoku. With red pillars and white walls, the buildings are unified in style and feature religious characteristics from the Chinese Northern and Southern Dynasties. This does not, however, diminish the elegant style of the Asuka period. The distinctive stone birds outside the temple are very rarely found in Japan. The turtle pond in the middle of the temple features a stone stage in its center, which was used as a sacred place for offering sacrifices and dancing in ancient times.
Heian Shrine

Heian ShrineNearby City

4.4/5425 Reviews
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March 15th - September 30th 6:00-18:00 (Local time)
The Heian Shrine was built in 1895 to commemorate 1,100 years of peaceful relocation of the imperial capital. The attraction is a partial replica of the Imperial Palace from the Heian Period and is dedicated to the worship of Emperor Kanmu and Emperor Komei. Attractions in the area include a giant torii gate, Jingu-michi (shrine walkway), Otenmon (main gate) and Shin-en Garden. The Shin-en Garden in the main hall is considered an iconic masterpiece of Japanese styled gardens that feature a path around a pond.
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