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Saimyō-ji Temple, Kyoto

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  • After visiting Jingo-ji, we made our way over to Saimyo-ji. I found it less impressive and wished I had spent even more time back at Jingo-ji. Nonetheless, Saimyo-ji had its charms. It was a quiet pla...  more »
  • Jingo-ji Temple mountain, kiyotaki River, Zhu bridge and continue along the River Road to the left. You won't get lost because there is information. Jingo-ji Temple is about 15 minutes. Maki tail mountain saimyoji enters from the back. It is a small environment. In the main worship statue of senjyukannonbosatsu up Gohonzon Buddha, set aside our, stubs. In the garden from the temple wore red fruits of ardisia crenata. Winter weekdays at noon, Yang is a comfort I can't read the sat Temple brochure in the hallway of the main hall in the. Before the main building of 700-year-old trees. It was out of the gate, was descent omote-Sando is a small but very nice Temple.
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  • Down the hill from the sensei, go turn right from near the bus stop-tail Maki and looks Red Bridge on your right. And overlook the signs across the bridge and into the environment is the likely inspiration. It is extremely unfortunate and finished the fall foliage and eye-catching on the other, there was not much. More than doubles the money gate in the right temple, thankfully, went out to spend money and come back "return x amulet" donation into the 200 yen, and the amulet will be.
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  • Saimyoji Temple : Part of Jingoji temple in the south east
  • Relatively low-profile or very quietly. It is a nice fall Mio tours.
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  • Do not disconnect even Mt. Temple is. Many French also looks great, the foliage is stunning. It is a temple of Ogaki city I'd always hear every year,
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  • Is not as big as it is a lovely French travellers meet Temple.
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  • City slowly enjoy the foliage as soon as possible. Picture frame like a garden from the temple's main hall, is wonderful.
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