Tofukuji Temple in Kyoto, No.1 popularity for colorful autumn leaves!
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We went to Tofukuji Temple in Kyoto on November 19th.
It is a large temple of the Rinzai sect Buddhism founded in 1236.
It is most famous for the autumn leaves that fill the valley inside the temple grounds.
There are things to see!
Tsutenkyo Bridge is the corridor that overlooks the colorful leaves Valley in the temple.
Tsutenkyo Bridge is very crowded during the foliage season, but it is worth it.
The Honbo Garden is also definitely worth seeing.
There are 4 different Japanese gardens in every directions around the building.
Hondou( main hall)
Thais is the building where monk’s services take place.
There is a big dragon picture on the ceiling.
Haizandou( monk’s pavilion)
There is a beautiful 18th century Japanese garden.
Red octagon building.
Aizen Myou deity is worshipped.
Founded 15th century.
There are a lot of Buddha statues inside.
The admission ticket to Tsutenkyo Bridge and Honbo Garden is 1000 yen.
Why don’t you enjoy the best autumn leaves in Japan?
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!