Gio-ji「祇王寺」, a quiet sub-temple of Daikaku-ji Temple is located to the north of Arashiyama, in the Sagano area of Kyoto. The temple is surrounded by trees and moss green gardens, to offer tranquility.
Senko-ji, a small zen temple, located on the Arashiyama mountainside that offers a panoramic view of the city of Kyoto, and some peace and quiet.
The Sagano scenic train runs along the Hozugawa river to offer breathtaking landscapes. Passengers can enjoy the scenic beauty of cherry blossoms, red maple trees.
Adashino Nenbutsu-ji Temple, located at the end of the Saga-Toriimoto preserved street in Arashiyama is filled with hundreds of stone statues.
Matsuo Taisha Shrine, one of the oldest shrine in Kyoto, Arashiyama houses a god of Sake, with Highly-reputed gardens created by a genius of landscaping.
Kegon-ji Temple, referred to as Suzumushi-dera in Kyoto, arashiyama attract visitors with mossy atmosphere and lovely singing of crickets in all seasons.
Arashiyama is a very popular tourist site in Kyoto, nature and temples make up beautiful scenery, particularly during the cherry blossom and autumn color seasons.
This mountainside Jojakko-ji was founded in 1596, is famous for autumn leaves. The temple has a quiet atmosphere, with small, attractive buildings and gates.
Daikaku-ji Temple is located in the northern part of Kyoto, Sagano. It was originally built as the detached palace of Emperor Saga to enjoy the calm area.
Tenryu-ji, the Great Zen Temples of Kyoto is located in Arashiyama. Sogen-chi garden is a fine blend of aristocratic tradition and Zen culture, displaying the beauty of the four seasons.