Joruri-ji Temple, located in the southern part of Kyoto, home to the only surviving Heian-period Amida Hall is famous for its autumn foliage and the pagoda.
Gansen-ji Temple / Kyoto
Gansen-ji Temple is located on the border of Kyoto and Nara Prefectures. About 5,000 hydrangeas bloom in the grounds surrounding the three-story pagoda.
Takenaka inari Shrine / Kyoto
Takenaka Inari Shrine, located near the top of Yoshida Mountain create a beautiful scene with the vermilion torii gates and pale pink cherry blossoms lining up.
Honman-ji Temple / Kyoto
Honman-ji, a small temple, located in a quiet residential area, close to Shimogamo Shrine and the Kamo River has one of Kyoto’s finest weeping cherry trees.
Umeda Sky Building/A roof top observatory
Umeda Sky Building is the world’s first connected skyscraper. Enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of Osaka, from observation deck 173-meter above ground.
Nagare-bashi Bridge (Kozuyabashi) / Kyoto
Nagare-bashi bridge, over the Kizu River in Yawata City, Kyoto is one of the longest wooden bridges in Japan with a quaint atmosphere used in period dramas.
Ryuougabuchi Pond / Nara
Ryuougabuchi is a spring-fed pond located in Uda, northeastern Nara. The surface of the water reflects the surrounding scenery, creating a mystical atmosphere.
Ruins of Moto-yakushi-ji Temple / Nara
Ruins of moto-yakushi-ji, located in the southeast of Kashihara City, Nara is covered with the pale,light purple hollyhocks from late August to late September.
Draw an Omikuji fortune!
“Omikuji” are small pieces of paper on which your fortune is written. Many people draw an omikuji when they go to worship at Shrines and Temples in Japan.
Hokyo-in Temple（宝筐院）/ Kyoto
Hokyo-in is a small temple, located in Arashiyama, Kyoto, opposite Seiryo-ji. Its garden is especially beautiful in the autumn when the leaves change color.
Entsu-ji Temple / Kyoto
Entsu-ji Temple, located north of Kyoto is home to a beautiful dry garden with the borrowed scenery of the sacred Mount Hiei-zan.
Hoki-ji Temple / Nara
Hoki-ji, located in Nara surrounded by rice paddies and cosmos fields, is one of the 7 temples erected by Prince Shotoku, and a part of the World Heritage Site.