Entoku-in, located in Southern Higashiyama of Kyoto, the most popular sightseeing area has delightful collection of art treasures and fine Japanese dry gardens.
Shisen-do Temple/ Kyoto
Shisen-do Temple, located in northern Higashiyama of Kyoto, a less-traveled part of the city offers a tranquil experience with its dry landscape garden.
Honen-in Temple/ Kyoto
Honen-in temple, located near by the Philosopher’s path provides calm atmosphere with an amazing scenic approach with a moss-covered thatched gate.
Konkai Komyo-ji Temple/ Kyoto
A quiet and tranquil temple, located on Yoshida-yama hill in Northern Higashiyama, you can enjoy viewing nice cherry blossoms and autumn colors without crowds.
Hosen-in Temple/ Kyoto
Hosen-in Temple, located in Ohara, is known for its blood-stained ceiling and peaceful and welcoming atmosphere with its stanning gardens and autumn colors.
Manshu-in Temple/ Kyoto
Manshu-in, a small temple in Higashiyama of Kyoto is known for its beautiful autumn color, to offer a fine dry garden, brilliant architecture and decorations.
Ankoku-ji Temple/ Hyogo
Ankoku-ji,a hidden temple, located in the north part of Hyogo, near by Kinosaki-Onsen offers a breathtaking scenery with bright Dodan-Tsutsuji Azalea in autumn
Shoju-in Temple/ Kyoto
Shoju-in, a small and quiet temple, located outskirt of Kyoto city is the most photogenic temple in Kyoto with its heart-shaped window and ceiling paintings
Tanzan Jinja Shrine/ Nara
Tanzan Jinja, on the hillside, located in the Sakurai mountains in Nara is a shrine well-known for its brilliant autumn colors and bright red buildings.
Kimii-dera Temple/ Wakayama
Kimii-dera, an impressive temple with golden Buddhas, located in Wakayama is famous for its cherry blossoms, and the magnificent view of the Wakanoura Bay.
Nonomiya-jinja Shrine/ Kyoto
Nonomiya Jinja Shrine with a unique black torii-gate has a great reputation for women. It’s an interesting stop along the Arashiyama bamboo grove walking path.
Saiho-ji Temple/ Kyoto
Saiho-ji Temple, commonly known as Koke-dera in the Arashiyama area offers a stunning Japanese garden. It’s hard to believe that moss can be a reason to visit.