Kurama Temple, Kyoto
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Located in isolated wilderness high on a wooded mountain, Kurama Temple represents a center of worship for an esoteric sect, revering deities of the sun, love, and power. Hike the steep path to the 8th-century temple (which will take around 30 minutes), enjoying the wind through the colossal cryptomeria trees and a Shinto shrine along the way. Alternatively, take the cable car halfway up. Soak in the peaceful atmosphere of this popular--yet untouristed--temple, and observe the forested valley from its terrace, set directly on a mountain slope. Use our Kyoto travel itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Kurama Temple and other attractions in Kyoto.
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Take a subway north to catch the Eizan Electric Railway and take it to the end of the line, not the second to last. If you do that you have to walk up the mountain. Get off at Kurama Station and walk ... read more »
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