Taiheikaku, a corridor in Heian Jingu Shrine
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I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 8 years.
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In the Shinen( God’s garden) of Heian Shrine, there is a bridge across the pond called Taiheikaku.
This bridge used to be in the Kyoto Imperial Palace moved here, and its reflection in the pond is very beautiful.
It is worth a visit at any time of the year, although its appearance varies depending on the season.
Cherry blossom, autumn leaves, thick green, clear winter!
There is an observatory in the middle of the corridor, from which both sides can be viewed.
There is also a 50-yen koi feeder at the observatory, where you can feed the koi fish by yourself.
Why don’t you come to Taiheikaku in Heian Jingu Shrine Garden?
You will enjoy the scenery and feeding koi fish both!
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!