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The Natural Hot-Spring Spa of Naniwa

The Natural Hot-Spring Spa of Naniwa

4.6/545 Reviews
Hot Spring
The Natural Hot-Spring Spa of Naniwa is located in the northern part of Osaka City. Its decor features a southern-country flavor with subtropical plants nurtured in the house. The hot-spring water here is directly drawn from underground sources, which are located in ancient strata formed millions of years ago. There are indoor and outdoor baths of many varieties and widely different temperatures. In the indoor area there is also an ice pool as cold as 18-degree Fahrenheit.
Kobe Connection Art Museum

Kobe Connection Art Museum

4/54 Reviews
Art Gallery
Philosopher's Walk

Philosopher's Walk

4.5/5300 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
The Philosopher's Walk is located in the foothills of Dongshan Mountain. It is next to an artificial river channel and passes through Faran Monastery before ending at Ginkakuji Temple. It is a walking path about 1.5 kilometers long and was once selected as one of Japan's famous roads. Because the philosopher Nishida Kentaro often came here to think about the philosophy of life, the famous cherry trees lining the roadside were donated by the artist Mrs. Hashimoto.
Ginkakuji

Ginkakuji

4.4/5409 Reviews
Temple
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
March-November 8:30-17:00, December-February 9:00-16:30, all year round. (Local time)
A UNESCO World Heritage site, Ginkakuji was originally built as a villa for shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa and modeled after Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion) The temple has two floors. The first floor, built in the same style as Saihoji Temple, is called Shinku-den, and the second floor Cho-onkaku is dedicated to Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of mercy. Despite its nickname as the Silver Pavilion, the exterior of the temple was never actually covered in silver, but rather painted white instead. The garden is comprised of the Silver Pavilion, Togudo Temple (East Seeking Hall), and a pond, accompanying a white sand garden representing the sea and waves.
Ryoanji

Ryoanji

4.4/5285 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Sun - Sat 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (Local time)
Ryoan-ji is a temple of Zen Buddhism within the northwest a part of the city whose name manner 'temple of the peaceful dragon'. Zen and lay visitors alike experience a feel of calm right here (despite the thousands of other people also right here to enjoy that equal feel of calm). Of word right here is the Zen rock lawn inside the temple's grounds, which incorporates 15 rocks blanketed with moss on a bed of flawlessly raked white gravel. They may be placed so that visitors can handiest see 14 rocks from any perspective. Earlier than getting into a temple, it is standard to use the basin in the front to scrub hands and mouth to purify yourself.
Toshodaiji Temple

Toshodaiji Temple

4.6/5233 Reviews
Temple
8:30-17:00 (last entry time: 16:30) (Local time)
Located in Wujo-cho, Nara, Tangzhao Temple is a temple founded by the Tang Dynasty Gaochun Jianzhen. Today, it still has a strong Tang style. Among them, Jintang and the lecture hall are 8th-century wooden buildings, which are extremely precious. The monk of Jianzhen accepted the invitation of Emperor Shengwu and came to Japan to innovate Japanese Buddhism, but after suffering a lot of hardships, it took 12 years to finally arrive in Nara. In order to thank the Tang Dynasty monks, in 759 AD, the Japanese established the Tangzhao Temple with the foundation of the 7th Emperor of Emperor Tianwu.
Sannenzaka & Ninenzaka

Sannenzaka & Ninenzaka

4.5/5562 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Sannenzaka & Ninenzaka, located near Kiyomizu-dera in Kyoto, make up two of the historically protected blocks here, the other one being Kiyomizuzaka. Sannenzaka & Ninenzaka are two small stone-paved slopes lined with steps, with Sannenzaka a small path linking Kiyomizuzaka with Ninenzaka. The houses here are mostly Machiya-style wooden houses built in the Edo period, with most vendors selling Kiyomizu ware and ancient Kyoto porcelain products. There are also quaint restaurants and souvenir shops to be found.
Kohfukuji

Kohfukuji

4.5/5297 Reviews
Temple
9:00-17:00 (last entry time is 16:45) (Local time)
Totoyamichi

Totoyamichi

4.5/52 Reviews
Hiking
Tokkosan Kaburaiji Temple

Tokkosan Kaburaiji Temple

4.3/54 Reviews
Temple
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