Silver Pavilion Temple is a rare scenic spot. Our tour route is to take 100 routes from Kyoto Station to Yinge Temple, and then from Yinge Temple to Qingshui Temple. Early in the morning, there were fewer visitors to Yinge Temple, which seemed very quiet. Japanese courtyard becomes more beautiful after sunshine comes out. There is also a silver beach in the courtyard, which is very delicately packed. It is said to be called a dry landscape courtyard. Compared with the crowded Jinge Temple, I prefer the quiet scenic spots like Yinge Temple, which can be appreciated carefully.
The Yinge Temple in Red Leaf Season seems to be quite good. I think there is more to see than Jinge Temple. That is, we are not many red leaves a week late. We came all the way from Yongguantang through philosophical road. We can also come directly by Luo Bus in front of Kyoto Station early in the morning. Then we went from Yinge Temple through philosophical way to Nanchan Temple of Yongguantang. I am mainly afraid of taking bus platoon. Traffic jams in the team and on the road were reversed because our focus was on Nanchan Temple and Yongguantang Hall, and there would be less traffic in the early morning.
Yinge Temple is situated in a quiet mountain area. After the bus comes down, it first passes the intersection of philosophical road and the river. It can be reached soon along the road of some small vendors. After entering the temple, the first thing is a long corridor. When you buy a ticket and buy a turn, the temple is the temple. Relatively speaking, the appearance of the building is not much different from that of the Jinge temple, and the water is better looking.
Yinge Temple is one of the temples on the list of world cultural heritage. Outside is a philosophical path, accompanied by numerous cherry trees and gurgling water. Yinge Temple's Silver Pavilion is comparatively ordinary compared with Jinge Temple's brilliance, but its gardens are stacked layer upon layer. There are scenery in the scenery, and each place is worth looking at carefully. Half of the hills are lined up with amazing scenery.
Going in autumn, red leaf blades, this place is relatively small and elegant compared with some "big scenic spots". After leaving Jinge Temple, you can get to Yinge Temple in 203 or 15 minutes. The Golden Pavilion Temple is already very clean. It gives people a feeling that it is cleaner. Maybe there are fewer people. Go to Yinge Temple, take No. 100 bus, about 10 minutes, you can reach Qingshui Temple, the traffic is very convenient.
Fame is not as big as Jinge Temple, and relatively fewer tourists than Jinge Temple. The Temple atmosphere in Kyoto is better, and there will be no high-rise buildings in any angle, which will destroy the original atmosphere. This year, when we went to the late October, we did not reach the Maple Leaf Season, which is a little regrettable. In addition, the tickets of Yinge Temple are slightly smaller than those of Jinge Temple.
Founded in 1492, it is the eighth generation General of the Shogunate of Murakami, Japan, who imitated the Golden Pavilion Temple. Cizhao Temple is a national treasure building inherited from the Japanese Murakami era. Located in Zuojing District of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, it belongs to the Xiangguo Temple of Linji Zong, which represents Dongshan Culture.
Beijing likes the garden pavilions here. The park is not big. The tickets for 500 yen are also very distinctive. Once you enter, you will find a delicate garden. The temples here are barely allowed to visit, and only a small part of them can walk around once. It is quickly estimated that 30 minutes or so to 1 hour is enough.
The bus arrives at Yinge Temple Road and climbs up the North slope. It takes about 7 minutes. The ticket is a talisman, which is very memorable. The two rows of neat tree plains are simple and unadorned compared with the shining of Jinge Temple. Yinge Temple can go up the back hill to see the future. It is worth visiting!
Yinge Temple, known from the Edo era, adopts academy style at the lower level and academy style at the upper level. It adopts the Song Dynasty Buddhist style at the top of the pavilion, gold, bronze and phoenix, to guard Orientally the Silver Pavilion dedicated to Guanyin Bodhisattva. Dongqiutang "the oldest academy-style building in existence" is simply the ultimate aesthetic appreciation of the Japanese people - "simple and dull.