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Very crowded on a Sunday, we did a quick walk through and were disappointed not being able to capture the entire exterior view due to constructions, the building was impressive being built against the mountain slope and supported by hundreds of wood beams.
This is one of my favorite temples in Kyoto. The streets leading up to it and surrounding it have interesting shops and are pedestrian friendly. The temple complex is at the top with view of the city. It can be very crowded, but it should...More
If you try to feel the experience of Pilgrims in the old days while walking towards this beautiful and huge temple via the steps and shops of Nineizaka and Sannenzaka, you will feel blessed when you reach there.
I went to Kiyomizu Dera as per suggested by my brother - the steep walk up the hill and the stairs - reaching the top overlooking towards the city. It was definitey worth it - with tourist flocking at every corner. This is a another...More
Heavy repairs being undertaken at the moment, and much of the attractiveness is to be found in the grounds themselves, and the shopping streets leading to the entrance gates. Try to find a nice weather day; it makes a big difference. Surprisingly, while crowded with...More
I have visited this temple multiple times and, while very crowded on most days, is worth the visit. The only caveat I have is that the temple is under renovation and as such, much of it is covered in scaffolding. The interior shrine room is...More
This temple is impressive in photos but unfortunately it’s all covered for renovation works until about 2020 I believe. There is some nice buildings and a tall pagoda in the same complex which is worth a look however and the complex does offer a good...More
Response from Dutchtraveller007 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there was as I took the bike myself, it is near the parking lot for private cars and after the parking lot you have a small walk up the old street up to the temple entrance. On the map it might be south west located of... More
Yes there was as I took the bike myself, it is near the parking lot for private cars and after the parking lot you have a small walk up the old street up to the temple entrance. On the map it might be south west located of the temple.