There is a very tortuous road from Qingshui Temple to Baban Shrine, named Shi-Su Road, which retains the complete traditional Kyoto residential style. Most of the buildings are two-storey buildings with black latticed windows. The walls are specially made of wood-splitting boards, which are very suitable for photography. Most of the houses here are residential buildings and very private high-grade kiosks.
It is a sheep intestinal path vertically connected with the road of Ning Ning. It is quiet, winding and secretive. It hides several high-grade chats and listeners. Compared with two years and three years, it's quieter here. A winding path. Stone paved paths twist and turn, and every charming corner is an unexpected landscape. The bustling and noisy, suddenly stopped at this moment, take you through the Edo era in an instant. There are so many tourists on Huajian Road that they can't take good pictures. Here, we can make up for it properly! __________ It's easy to take pictures without a human background!
Unlike the bustle of two years and three years, the road seems quietly isolated from the rest of the world. Although there are stores here, there are no stores open across the street. Time here seems to be static. There are many houses in which residents still live, so please don't take photos at the entrance. Everyone must pay attention to it.
Very quiet and beautiful lanes, lanes that bend into the road outside, are easy to miss, so there are few tourists. More than one entrance. The first entrance I saw took a picture and was ready to come back later. As a result, I couldn't find it. Later, I turned in from Ning Ning Road and asked two Japanese people that the place with an umbrella turned into it. As a result, I could not look for it for a while, so it was easier to miss it. The house inside is very beautiful, there is no noise, walking is particularly comfortable, because there are still people, so please be sure to keep quiet.
The Road on the stone steps is a well-designed setting to show nobility. The entrance of the trail is not obvious, but there is also a light ornament made at the entrance of the trail. It is only hanging high, often making many people unable to find it. The whole path was paved with slabs. Many little girls walk here in kimonos. They are very beautiful.
A stone paved alley full of nostalgia. The roadside families are all ancient architectural styles, with their surnames written on the lanterns in front of their doors. Walking here with street lights at night, my mind echoes with the sound of traffic, as if I had been in the old West Beijing... Wooden houses, exquisite courtyards, residents'restaurants and shops, everywhere you can see girls in kimonos and countless temples.
It seems that Stone Pass Path is not a well-known sight like two-year and three-year Ban. We walked from Qingshui Temple to two or three years Ban. Then we chose Stone Pass Path to Gaotai Temple. Stone Pass Path twists and turns in various ways. There are Japanese-style traditional elegance everywhere, as well as nobody's fancy courtyards, and some ancient shops, which are very suitable for unique travelers.
Stone-cut path is an old-fashioned one. Ancient people used slate to build roads. And, the timber structure of the old house, walking in this alley, there is a very romantic atmosphere. Come here, there are many people, most of them are romantic couples. It is worth recommending.
I also took the opposite direction before I accidentally visited. Fewer visitors were relatively quiet. The cherry blossoms with flowers and trees matched the composition of the ancient temple. The cherry blossoms in Japan can be seen everywhere. Against the blue sky and blue sky, the breeze blows, and the snow-white cherry blossoms fall like raindrops, sprinkling all over the paths and streams. As long as you go to the stream, you can always see cherry blossoms full of trees. I think the traditional cherry blossoms with big snow-white flowers blossom brilliantly and spiritually!