Hidden jem Tenju-an in Kyoto!
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I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 8 years.
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Tenju-an in Autumn Leaves
I went to Tenju-an, a pagoda temple of Nanzen-ji Temple.
Tenju-an is a pagoda temple of Nanzen-ji Temple and was founded in 1340.
After entering the gate of Nanzenji Temple, you will see a small gate of Tenju-an on your right.
The quietness of the temple is surprising, as if it is completely isolated from the many tourists.
After entering the entrance and looking at the stone garden, you will come to a rustic gate.
After passing through this gate, you will come to a quieter garden with a pond.
The combination of autumn leaves, buildings, and the pond is very beautiful in the quiet atmosphere.
Just stay here for a while.
You will feel like you’re doing meditation.
If you visit Nanzenji Temple, please enter Tenju-an.
You can enjoy beautiful, quiet garden with autumn leaves, traditional buildings and a pond.
Admission is 500 yen.( 3 dollars)
I recommend you try off the beaten path!
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!