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Kiyomizu-dera Temple
4.6/5
2,874 Reviews
Temple
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
4.6/5
1,807 Reviews
Temple
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.
Arashiyama
4.6/5
1,296 Reviews
Mountain
The area along the Kurokawa River, which flows through the western part of Kyoto City, is known as Arashiyama, and is a famous tourist attraction in Kyoto. Arashiyama has be the subject of many poems since ancient times. The cherry blossoms in spring and the red maple in autumn are famous sights. The beautiful scenery of the wild bamboo forest also reveals the unique charm of Kyoto. There are many famous temples and shrines scattered in the scenic area. The Katsuragawa and Togetsukyo Bridges starkly contrast with the mountains that stand behind them.
Kinkaku-ji
4.6/5
2,439 Reviews
Temple
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.

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Kyoto like the locals to enjoy cherry blossoms, go to the back of the dike every cherry blossom season, there will be large and small cherry blossoms Raiders released, in addition to see the temple shrine, in fact, there is a cherry blossom in Kyoto - Back cuts! Perhaps this is a small cherry blossom spot for domestic tourists, but for the locals in Kyoto, it is a very popular place to enjoy cherry blossoms. The back-cutting embankment is a flood control dam beside the Kawagawa River in Hachiman City, Kyoto Prefecture. Because the coast is full of about 250 cherry blossoms, the cherry blossoms that stretch for 1.4 kilometers are lined up on the embankment in the cherry blossom season. , pink cherry green embankment, very spectacular. Locals especially like to call friends or family together, take this as a destination for spring outings, sit under the cherry trees, eat lunches, enjoy the cherry blossoms, occasionally blow a gust of wind, and enjoy a cherry blossom The romance of blowing snow, it is no wonder that even the locals can't help but get together to see the cherry blossoms here. Address: Hachiman-shi, Kyoto Prefecture Transportation: From Kyoto, take the Keihan Main Line to get to Hachiman Station, and walk for 1.7 km (get out of the station and turn left and then turn left. In the Kizugawa Yukibashi Bridge, you can see the cherry blossom avenue of a long green embankment of Sakura River.) Tickets: Free opening Suggested duration: 1-3 hours, Because there are many locals who enjoy cherry blossoms, if you want to take pictures of no one, it is recommended to go early, before 8 o'clock! tips: If you want to see the cherry blossoms like the locals, you can bring a box of lunches, sit under the cherry trees, and have a beautiful picnic. In fact, you don't have to worry about buying it. After coming out of JR, you will follow the crowd. The stalls that are conveniently opened by the convenience store are selling the lunch boxes, both large and small. It is not too late to buy them. The hard work of squatting all the way. In addition to the cherry blossom avenue on the side of the Kumagawa Yukibashi Bridge, in fact, on the other side of the bridge, there is also a watchtower. When you climb to the top of the tower, you can see the back cutwater from the perspective of aerial photography. "The panorama is very shocking and worth a visit. Watchtower tickets for 300 yen a person, at the entrance below, as well as a short film about the background of the back cut can be understood. From the watchtower down, on the side of the watchtower, there is a field path, with rapeseed on both sides and green areas in the distance. From time to time, there are trains on the rails, whistling It is also a very Japanese picture. Footing position: It is recommended to arrive early. When there are few people, you can take a panoramic view of Sakura Avenue on the Yusuke Bridge in Mutsukawa. If you arrive at noon, it is recommended to choose Xiaojing, come to the dam and sit. Under the cherry tree, shooting at a low position can avoid the turbulent flow of people. You can also go across the bridge to shoot the rapeseed green space, or you can shoot a group of very small Japanese fresh and large movies.
Posted: May 25, 2019