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.
Two different windows overlooking a garden
Where the successful Hideyoshi Toyotomi worshipped the three-faced Daikokuten
A Tendai sect temple with the magnificent natural monument, Yoryu no Matsu
The roads are covered with colorful leaves in autumn
This imposing temple serves as a center for Shugendo asceticism
The first of 33 temples on the Saigoku Kannon Pilgrimage, Seiganto-ji is an ever-popular destination for worshipers
This large temple complex boasts a magnificent ancient hall
A large temple in Nara featuring many structures that illustrate the culture from the Tempyo Period. It is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A temple that has long protected Arima Onsen
Featuring a wooden statue of a historical Shogun from the Ashikaga period
The head temple of the Myoshin-ji Temple school of the Rinzai sect. It is Japan's largest Zen temple, with 46 sub-temples.
Spend your time comfortably in the visitor's lodging at a first-class ryokan
Tadao Ando designed this temple's main hall
One of the Monzeki temples of the Tendai sect that enshrines the National Treasure Amida Sanzon (Amida Triad) statue in eternal tranquility.
A temple with strings of ”monkey charms”
An ancient temple supported by common people
The mountain villa of Minamoto no Toru, the model for Hikaru Genji
One of the last temples to prohibit entry to women
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.