Updated: 2017-04-07 18:27
  1. 仁王門と西門、三重塔
  Kiyomizu-dera Temple is the main temple of the Kita-Hosso sect of Buddhism. It is said to be originally founded by a buddhist monk named Enchin in the year 778 and built by a warrior named S...
Updated: 2016-10-07 20:36
  1. Arashiyama Togetsukyō
Arashiyama is a popular tourist spot, particularly for viewing cheery blossoms in spring and red leaves in autumn. It is the mountain that stands on the west of Togetsukyō and represents the regi...
Updated: 2016-07-01 18:30
  1. Shariden(Reliquary) and Kyōko-chi (Mirror Pond) of Kinkaku-ji
  Although officially named as Rokuon-ji Temple, Kinkaku-ji is widely and more popularly known as Kinkaku-ji (literally meaning "Temple of the Golden Pavilion") for its golden color due to the...
Updated: 2016-06-27 10:25
  1. Haiden (hall of worship)
Yasaka Shrine is located in Higashiyama-ku in Gion, Kyoto. It was once known as "Gion Shrine." It is the head shrine of all the Yasaka shrines across Japan. During the Heian period, it...
Updated: 2016-05-23 18:26
  1. Cherry blossoms at Nijo Castle
  Nijo Castle at present time are the remains of the residence built by the Tokugawa Clan during the Edo Period. It has been registered as a “cultural property of old Kyoto,” a UNESCO Heritage...
Updated: 2016-05-09 18:37
  1. Inside the shrine grounds
  Fushimi Inari Taisha is a shinto shrine in Fushimi, Kyoto and is the head shrine of the 30,000 Inari shrines spread across the country. The largest number of wo...