Dedicated to Toyo'uke-no-Omikami
The scattered fallen leaves in autumn are beautiful
An old shrine that has continued to protect the northeast entry to Kyoto
The magnificent appearance of this building is the symbol of Nakanoshima
One of the Monzeki temples of the Tendai sect that enshrines the National Treasure Amida Sanzon (Amida Triad) statue in eternal tranquility.
A temple located in the holy mountain of Kurama in Kyoto. Minamoto no Yoshitsune is said to have trained here, and visitors can feel the vibrant energy of nature and the universe.
A temple that has existed since the Warring States period and is connected to Nobunaga
Marvel at the sight of money being produced before you
The main shrine hall is a national treasure with droves of people lining up for the New Year’s shrine visit at “Sumiyossan”
View the ocean from 47 meters above sea level
Tadao Ando designed this temple's main hall
A shrine affiliated with boars and protection for the lower body
Don't miss seeing the resting place for Shinsengumi members, Mibu-zuka
The head of Japan’s Kumano shrines—famous for matchmaking
An ancient temple supported by common people
The head temple of the Rinzai sect's Tofuku-ji School, which has Japan's largest monastery and oldest San-mon gate. It is known as one of Kyoto's best places to view autumn leaves.
Famous for its deity of scholarship
Famous for a painted fusuma from Tohaku Hasegawa
Famous for its connection to Honen and it’s beauty in autumn
Flowers blossom throughout the seasons at this temple, also known as “The Flower Temple”