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To see cherry blossoms in the spring, the famous scenic spot in Kyoto is Lushan. Even in the autumn, it is a famous spot to hang out at the maple leaves covered streets. And there is no ticket, and you can take the JR from the Kyoto train station, the Kintetsu or the bus, it is very convenient. If you take JR, you can take a sightseeing tour. It is convenient to take a walk near the bridge. The trails of wilderness along the way to see the maple leaves or cherry blossoms on both sides of the river. In these two seasons, the train tickets are released very early to buy; otherwise, the station tickets will be sold out soon, and the return trip can be taken off at Lushan Station. A tall bamboo forest is also very mesmerizing, I walked through the Tianlong Temple and Nomiya Shrine, crossed the Yueyue Bridge across Guichuan and went to see the words of Premier Zhou, and often met the women dressed in Kyoto as geisha, which was very interesting.
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Kiyomizu-dera Temple
Built-in 798 AD, Kiyomizu-Dera was a representative building of the Heian period and was later burned down by the fire. Today, Tokugawa Ieyasu rebuilt it in 1633 according to the original architectural method and is now ranked among the three major attractions in Kyoto along with Kinkakuji and Nijo Castle. The mountain of Kiyomizu-Dera is the Oyado Mountain, which is dedicated to the Avalokitesvara. Kyoto temples generally have similar views. Partial designs have various meanings. The most famous of the Kiyomizu-Dera Temples is the wooden ladder, which is 13 meters long and leads directly from the mountain road. From the observation deck, you can see the beauty of Kyoto. With the stone steps of the Austrian Academy, you will find a mountain spring waterfall, which is the "Yin Yu Waterfall." Qingquan is divided into three tributaries, representing longevity, health and wisdom. The spring water can be directly consumed. If the utensils are used up, they should be placed in the disinfection area. If you find them unsanitary, you can purchase the water cups below.
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Not only is Kyoto Lushan the famous red maple, but it is also the Christmas Lantern Road in December. This attracts tourists from all over the world. The Lantern Road is about 5.2 kilometers long. From the board station to the bamboo forest, the lanterns are on both sides of the trail. It is the most scenic place in Kyoto.  It was the gathering place of the nobles of the Heian period and is the perfect place to enjoy the cherry blossoms and red maples. At the Yueyue Bridge, the brightly lit Dyueqiao is a landmark of Lushan Mountain.  Another amazing sight is from the Tianlong Temple to the Dahe Nei Mountain Villa. This bamboo forest trail has one of the best bamboos in the Lushan Mountain. At this time, the bamboo forest on the Lantern Road is more mysterious.  
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Kiyomizu-dera Temple
Kiyomizu-dera Temple is the oldest temple in Kyoto. It is also known as one of the three major attractions of Kyoto with Kinkakuji and Nijo Castles. It was included in the World Cultural Heritage List in 1994. Entering the Kiyomizu-dera Temple, you will see sculptures such as the Renwang Gate, the Ximen Gate, the Triple Tower, the Suiqiu Hall, and the Kaishan Hall. The Qingshui stage is a national treasure of Japan.  In the spring, the cherry blossoms are one of Kyoto's biggest attractions. In the autumn, the red maple is outstanding and the maple resort is popular. The Yinyu Waterfall under the Qingshui stage represents three health streams, health and academics, and many people here line up to drink and pray.  Kiyomizu-dera Temple is the oldest temple in Japan. The building itself is a typical representative of the Japanese Heian period architecture. While drawing on the achievements of Chinese architecture, it has intensified its integration with Japanese national culture. 
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Kyoto Tower
The Kyoto Tower is a popular site to watch the sunset and the night view of Kyoto. Kyoto is not a particularly prosperous place, and the night is not expected to be particularly stunning like in Tokyo. But the sunset is surprisingly beautiful. This is mainly to enjoy the weather and city views. Figure 4 The ticket to the tower can be bought at the ticket vending machine. Time is just right, and the telescope does not ask for the extra charge is the focus. There are very few sightseeing places, but not crowded with people. There is no open platform, but the observatory glass is spotless, and from time to time, there are staff members coming over the glass room to clean. However, the glass is still reflective. But if you are not interested in sunsets and city night scenes, Kyoto Tower isn’t a place for you. After all, it is said that Kyoto is not a bustling metropolis, no high-rise buildings, and a typical urban landscape. I didn't regret going to the tower because the sunset was so great.
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Fushimi Inari Taisha
Established in the 8th century, Fushimi Inari-Taisha Shrine is mainly dedicated to the Inari Shrine, headed by the gods of Uga. Inari is a god of agriculture and commerce, and pilgrims come to worship for agricultural harvest, business prosperity, and safety. It is one of the most famous shrines in Kyoto area. At the entrance of Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine, there is a large birdhouse donated by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in 1589, followed by the main hall and other buildings of the shrine. In here, you can also see a variety of fox statues, because the fox is regarded as the messenger of the gods. The fox-faced painted horse is a feature here. The most famous here is the intensive vermilion "Thousands of Tombs" behind the main shrine. It is one of the most representative landscapes in Kyoto and has appeared in the famous movie "Memoirs of Geisha".
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Fushimi Inari Taisha
In China's cultural cognition, the fox is an unpleasant animal. Its status is similar to that of a street mouse. Basically, everyone is shouting. If it is in the name of "Fox", it is basically haha. Of course, I have to say that there are no wonders in the world. In Japan, where the foxes turned over, the serfs turned and turned into "Yu Ji Da Shen", the Japanese incense in the peak of Kyoto Fushimi Inari Shrine. Enshrined by the world, guarding one party. Japan Fushimi Inari Taisha was built in the 8th century, mainly in the Inari Inari, headed by the great spirit of Uga. Inari is a god of agriculture and commerce, and pilgrims come to worship for agricultural harvest, business prosperity, and traffic safety. It is one of the most shrines in the Kyoto area. In Fushimi Inari-taisha, the fox is regarded as the messenger of the gods, so there are many kinds of fox stone statues and fox face-shaped horses (Prayers). The architectural style of Japanese temples is very similar to that of ancient China during the Tang Dynasty, but the color of the temples makes people feel brighter. In addition to the main buildings, Inhae Taishas biggest highlight is the red torii. Hundreds of red-red bird houses form a road to the top of the mountain. The whole journey is about four kilometers. -3 hours. Originating from the custom of the Edo period, people who came to make a wish here often donated money to erect a torii in the shrine to express their respect for the gods, making the Fushimi Inari Taisha community with an amazing number of bird houses. Known as the "Thousands of Birds" in Japan, and even overseas.
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