A splendid ryokan surrounded by a natural garden
Two different windows overlooking a garden
Pray for good health and matchmaking at this shrine built for subduing an epidemic
The entire space is a work of art! An art museum designed by painter Insho Domoto
Kamigamo-jinja Shrine is one of the oldest shrines in Kyoto, founded during the mythical age. It is famous for its Aoi Festival (Kamo Festival) and is registered as a World Heritage Site.
The entire place has a classic feel. This public bath is filled with unrivaled nostalgia
Featuring a wooden statue of a historical Shogun from the Ashikaga period
A pink tunnel that’s pleasant with greenery and water
Kudo-no-kami, the god of the kitchen, is enshrined here
The head shrine of all the Tenman-gu shrines in Japan, affectionally called ”Kitano no Tenjin-san.” The shrine is dedicated to Sugawara no Michizane.
The abbot’s chambers are surrounded by four gardens
A symbol of summer's end
A tea ceremony sanctuary that started as a gathering of artists
A temple with a living, breathing aesthetic sense of the tea ceremony