Jakko-in, a tranquil temple, reached by a scenic walk through the traditional village of Ohara is located in a rural town in the mountains north of Kyoto City.
Suika Tenmangu Shrine / Kyoto
Suika Tenmangu Shrine is said to be the oldest Tenmangu Shrine in Japan. The small precincts of the shrine are covered with weeping cherry blossoms all over.
Hirano-Jinja Shrine / Kyoto
Hirano Jinja, located in the northwest of Kyoto is an imperial family related shrine, one of the most popular spots in Kyoto for viewing cherry blossoms.
Kyoto Ebisu Shrine / Kyoto
Kyoto Ebisu Shrine, located just south of the Zen temple Kennin-ji, is known as one of the most popular shrines dedicated to Ebisu, the god of comarce.
Genko-an Temple / Kyoto
Genko-an is a Zen temple with a tranquil garden in Takagamine of northern part of Kyoto city. It’s famous for its bloody ceiling and unique windows.
Kurumazaki Jinja Shrine / Kyoto
Cherry blossom shrine with power stones, also famous for the god of the performing arts Kurumazaki Shrine in Arashiyama is one of the most interesting…
Joruri-ji Temple / Kyoto
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.
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.