Tadasu No Mori Grove, Kyoto

#105 of 528 in Historic Sites in Kyoto
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  • 糺 the river and the shrine and the next duck shrine. The first American God of Japan is enshrined in the temple of the river, and the girls who love to come here will become beautiful. Hey? I have not changed after the worship! And you can also buy a cute face to help her makeup (another thing that probably only the Japanese want to come up with), and the beauty of the water to buy, not only the forest feel but also full of human atmosphere!
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  • Many native forests, deciduous trees are often so this bare in that February visit, little low density of Green called Grove of-was not the feeling of a mysterious image. Still river flowing through the 味waえmashita atmosphere is 10 minutes. Forest shrine was at the far left, large cut is what you want.
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  • The woods of old extends on both sides of the approach followed by the shimogamo shrine. This native forest, including shimogamo shrine region world heritage registered as. Shimogamo shrine, thought and world heritage site, but if anything, this tadasu no Mori is main world heritage site registered as is.
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  • Short walk from heihan train terminal. The new green in spring is particularly nice
  • Beautiful green space and park with lots for trees. A hidden gem as it’s not as packed with tourists especially in the fall foliage season.
  • Historic forest area. Festivals during March, May, August.
  • Tadasu no Mori, which literally means "Forest of Correction," is a sacred grove associated with an important Shinto sanctuary complex known in Japanese as the Kamo-jinja, situated near the banks of the Kamo River just north of where the Takano River joins the Kamo River in northeast Kyoto. The deep green of this forest provides a great sense of tranquility. This long stretch of path in the forest is much favored by the locals of this area. You may want to stroll around the nature with stram running through all the way. Especially early in the morning when the sun light leaking through the shade of leaves called " komorebi " is something spectacular. one of the greatest spots to stay cool in the heat of summer season. You might also be able to see hotaru ( fireflies ) in early June. ( Trans-word+ : TGM Kyoto )
  • Tranquility!
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