Tenryuji Temple, Kyoto
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Visit Tenryuji Temple, a Zen Buddhist temple and World Heritage Site, to meditate and reflect among daily visitors and worshippers. The temple, originally completed in 1345 to appease the spirits of the late Emperor Go-Daigo, underwent several reconstructions over the ages. Approach the temple through a walking path lined with soaring bamboo stalks. Be sure to stroll around the temple's garden, which survived the centuries in its original form. Use our Kyoto holiday planner to visit Tenryuji Temple on your trip to Kyoto, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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生憎の雨模様でしたが、雨もまた風情があって良かったです。随所に工夫がこらされたお庭の造形に感動しますね。日本の宝ですね。Rained, rain also taste nice. Touched by the design of your garden throughout the device. It is a treasure of Japan.show original
嵐電、JR嵐山駅からほど近くアクセスの良いお寺さん。以前よりさらに観光地化してしまい外国人、修学旅行生でごった返していました。広い庭園と雲龍図は見応えあります。ただ御朱印は、判子でした。JR, randen Arashiyama station near go Temple. Before it further attraction of, was crowded with foreigners and students. Large garden and Ryu figure are impressive. Just the nokyo-sho was a seal.show original
This temple is always a great place to stop in any season. Be sure to look at the many scenes from different views. I like it best in the Fall but each season has its good parts. Plan to spend some ti... read more »
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