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The temple is not a major work of architecture, and the garden doesn't seem to score for sophistication of design, but the pond is as lush as they come, the front sand garden has a spectacular view of the great Nanzen-ji gate, and the side...More
I love places that are off the beaten path without the crazy tourists getting in your way every two seconds. This garden is small, but delightfully calm. We were alone, in fact, until more than halfway through when a few other people came along behind...More
I have been to Japan many times, and this garden is my favorite in all of Japan. It's a sub-temple complex on the Nanzenji grounds, and it's way less crowded. I got there when it opened, and I was able to take my time across...More
I visited easily 20 gardens in Kyoto, and I would rate this the most beautiful. Ended up spending nearly 2.5 hours here.. The entrance fee is 400 Yen if I recall correctly and it is well worth it. It is a must visit place within...More
깊어져만 가는 가을
그대 고민하지말고, 지금 떠나라.
붉게 물든 교토의 가을이 당신을 기다린다.
A deepening fall
Don't worry about yourself, just leave now.
The autumn of Kyoto, which is stained with red color, awaits you.
Perhaps less well known to foreign tourists (not to the locals, as seen from the long queue for the evening sessions), it is one of the most special gardens for autumn colors, particular in the evening. There is a separate admission fee for the evening...More
The Tenjuan Garden is absolutely gorgeous, with beautiful plants and a pond with tons of Japanese carps that are very eager to come near. If you are into photography, you may end up spending a few hours here.