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Obai-in Temple, Kyoto
(4.2/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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  • Visit was because it was a special open day visit. Admission fee is 600 yen. Sub-temples of the ODA that is the slightly larger temples. It is an excellent garden. I think entering through the gate just Maple garden, and fabulous fall foliage season. Continue to the entrance vestibule and in good condition and clean. Japan gardens continues until the Academy corridor, there also was a nice atmosphere properly.
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  • It is a temple with Yukari, Japanese warlord Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Unfortunately photography is near the entrance. Description of the environment with good, including a description of the historical background and building really is easy to understand. Priest gave to the temple at your words. Whats up later each person different from what you say, I write. I was a profound words. Bring the nokyo-sho books we recommend.
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  • The information on this temple said it was just re-landscaped and opened to the public, they did a great job. Unfortunately no photography was allowed inside the garden and building.There were bloomin...  more »