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Located where the first Zen temple of Japan was held, this place is an area of peace and midfullness.
Just go there to see then scenery and let go of everything.
Went there in the afternoon with a lot of people, but everybody was quiet...More
This was within walking distance of our hotel so we left it to the next to last day of the trip. The temple was really a great treat; esthetic, balanced, serene and harmonious. I could have easily spent a half day here absorbing the wonderful...More
This was our first temple in Kyoto and completely amazing. The temple is less crowded than the rest in the area and is completely worth the visit. The garden is peaceful and quiet, the greens are beautiful with their reflexion in the pond.
We almost didn’t visit at the sight of the unassuming ticket entrance... the visit start with a rather ordinary suites of small rooms with your shoes in plastic bag, it’s very cosy. Then, once you step out and put your shoes again out for the...More
We went there on a rainy Wednesday morning based on the recommendation from a freiend that this is a place that is overlooked by tourists.
And he was right. There were very few tourists in what I consider one of he prettiest Japanese gardens in...More