Jintianman Palace is located at the east end of Jingu Road and the intersection of Jingji Tong, is also the starting point of Jingu market. The most popular shopping street and market in the Meiji period was nishikitenmangu centered on kinshitenmangu, and it extended to the shrine of shrines such as shrines such as kinshikoji market, kinshikoji market, and it became a branch shrine of Tenmangu shrine, but it became a place where the people gathered in the shrine with the incense fire.
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Jintianman Palace is a very interesting place. It is a place to eat and drink and also to find very chic souvenirs. And it is always a feeling of hustle and bustle and traffic. Hot and lively places are always a constant reminder of the past.
Going to the commercial street, just met Jintianman Palace ～The door is full of lanterns ～Take a few photos at the door ～It's quite good ～In the commercial street, it should be bless the business is thriving ～
Don't have to leave too much time here, but you can drop by if you are shopping. It is best to have the lanterns at the entrance lit up before 8pm, which is very beautiful. It is also quite magical to have such a shrine in the bustling downtown area.
One of the special bird houses in Kyoto. A genius architect forgets to build a house, creating a wonderland of bird houses and houses. The jintianman palace is located between two commercial streets, so the visit and donation of more business in the nearby merchants, from the lantern word can be seen.
This small shrine in the shopping district of Kyoto is hard to miss if you're on the shopping trail. It is a very nicely maintained small shrine just of Shinkyogoku.
It's like all roads lead to this Shrine. At the end of the Nishiki Market. A welcome completion to the outing. You don't expect to find this delightful space in this area.
It's another temple alright. But it the middle of the market. So even more people than usual and not a really pleasant temple either
This temple is at the far eastern end of the nishiki street market... Has many lanterns....original built in 1003 and has been at this present location since 1587...
We stumbled across this after Nishiki Market and were pleasantly surprised. It’s a compact shrine, but lots to see including some animatronics! They don’t draw Goshuin in books, but will sell you on...