The oldest Buddhist temple in Tokyo best known by the Kaminarimon Gate is one of the must-visit places in Tokyo. On Nakamise Street, you can enjoy souvenir shopping and snack-joint hopping.
Still your heart with the soothing autumn leaves of Kitasaga
Featuring a garden created by Motonobu Kano
An elegant temple with a Japanese rock garden and wonderful autumn foliage
A temple that has long protected Arima Onsen
A famous location for autumn leaves, connected to Kukai (Kobo-daishi)
Two different windows overlooking a garden
A temple with strings of ”monkey charms”
A temple of the Nichiren sect on Mt. Ogura in Sagano. It is well-known for ”Hyakunin Isshu” (a collection of 100 poems by 100 different poets). In autumn, the nearby mountains awash with brilliant red leaves.
A temple built upon the request of Emperor Tenmu during the Hakuho Period. Reconstructed in recent years, the temple structures showcase beautiful, vibrant colors.
The abbot’s chambers are surrounded by four gardens
The roads are covered with colorful leaves in autumn
Ono no Komachi concealed herself here amongst the plum blossoms
Famous for its early blossoming cherry trees, which signify the coming of spring
Tadao Ando designed this temple's main hall
Known by locals as “Kurodani-san”
Featuring a wooden statue of a historical Shogun from the Ashikaga period
Famous for a painted fusuma from Tohaku Hasegawa
Fallen leaves on the road to the temple invite you to this high-status monzeki temple
The nation’s head Koyasan Shingon-shu temple