Monday, December 9, 2013

Quiet and Relaxing Honen-in temple @ Kyoto, Japan

Honen-in temple is one of Kyoto hidden temple was founded in 1680 to honour the priest Hōnen. The lovely, secluded temple with carefully raked gardens set back in the woods. It really a quiet place and suitable as a place for meditation. You can hear the sound of the leaves rustling. The temple buildings include a small gallery where frequent exhibitions featuring local and international artists.


Entrance to Honen-in.

Totem with autumn leaves.

Scenery outside Honen-in.

Maybe this item symbolize water flow.

The grass is unique with autumn leaves.

Sight inside Honen-in.

During the time I visit, Honen-in temple have Nagano wild monkey tales exhibition. They display many pictures of Nagano monkeys in action during winter.

GPS/Coordinate: 35.024011, 135.797473
Address: 30 Shishigatani Goshonodancho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 606-8422, Japan
Public transport: 20 minutes walk via Philosopher's Path from Keage station on Tozai line.

Comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...