My winter vacation was fantastic. I went to Japan with my parents after Spring Festival.I made an attentive plan before leaving China. What a different feeling! We decided to go to Kyoto at first. Kyoto was a small but accient city. There were many traditional buildings on the streets. The streets in Japan impressed me. All the streets were clearly. There was no rubbish anywhere. On the first morning, we went to the Golden Pavilion.A building in there was package by gold foil. You can learn something about Japan Temples in there. Talking about foods, we had sushi and sashimi for lunch. They were super fresh and tasty.If you come to Kyoto, a bowl of stretched noodles is a must! You can taste all kinds of Japanese stretched noodles in there. The next day, we went to Nara by subway. Don’t worry about transportation, The subay, the bus, and the train are all convenient. We saw the biggest wooden building in the world, the Todaji Temple. Then we fed deers. There were many deers anywhere in Nara. I wonder where did they sleep. You can buy deers’food in Nara Park. Please remember put the deers’food in a plastic bag, so deers may follow you to get the food. The roast Japan Beef is a good choice for lunch. I ate a lot. Most of the waiters and the employees could speak easy English. Japanese were helpful and kind. Service was attentive. I studied some history of Japan. This trip brought me good memory.
Adults 400 yen, primary and secondary students 300 yen. Located in the Northern District of Kyoto City, Luyuan Temple is a temple of the Xiangguo Sect of Linji Zong. Its name comes from the famous shogunate General of Shiding Shogunate Period and the Dharma name of Fuli Yiman, the third generation General of Fuli. However, because the outer walls of the main core building in the temple are all decorated with gold foil, it is nicknamed Jinge Temple. Jinge Temple was built as a villa by Yiman, the third generation General of the Zuli family in 1397. After Yiman's death, it was transformed into a Buddhist temple "Bodhisattva". Fuli Yiman is Fuli Yiman, the general in Hugo. These two ideas do exist, and this is where chess is played. It is said that the garden centered on Jinge represents the Pure Land of Paradise. The pond called Jinghu Pool and Jinge reflect each other. It seems to be the representative scenery of Kyoto. Especially in fine weather, you can enjoy the Golden Pavilion and azure blue sky reflected in Jinghu Pool, just like art postcards. Jinge Temple also has a unique place - visitors get not admission tickets, but notes with blessings. In addition, beside the immovable hall in the courtyard, there are divine signs in Chinese and Korean for divination.
The Jinge Temple is not very large. There is a guide map at the entrance. The original Jinge Temple is also known as Luyuan Temple. An hour's play is enough. If there are so many people catching up, you have to wait patiently to get good pictures. Closed at 17:00, my boyfriend and I arrived around 16:00, this time avoiding a large number of tourists, very clean. Photographs are more free and random. Please ask an enthusiastic staff to take a picture for us. Uncle is not only enthusiastic, but also very humorous. After shooting, he also instructed us to take a picture of Jinge Temple, which must be completely integrated with the reflection in the water. He is proud to tell us that the picture just taken for our brand is perfect. Thank you very much for this enthusiastic uncle. In fact, although he is a cleaner, he has such a humorous and optimistic attitude. Jin Huanghuang took many pictures, and then wandered around the courtyard. There was a Golden Pavilion Hall, which was not open to the outside world. There was a picture of Jin Pavilion Temple with snow scenery in winter. There are also some small attractions, carp stone, Longmen Pool, and a well, there are several statues, there is a bowl in front of the well, everyone tried to put coins in it. The bowl was surrounded by scattered coins. Quick to the exit, there is an ice-cream vending machine, Hagdas only 300 yen, very delicious.
Golden Pavilion Temple, a famous scenic spot in Kyoto, was depicted in the Japanese animated film Hugo Li when I was a child. It happened to snow when we went. Fortunately, the Jinge Temple in the snow had a special flavor. Especially, the snow-covered cedar behind the Jinge Temple was very beautiful.
One of the most famous scenic spots is crowded. Jinge Temple and Qingshui Temple are both symbolic buildings in Kyoto. For foreign tourists, they do not necessarily understand the religious significance of the temple. They are entitled to enjoy a distinctive building and a distinctive Japanese scenic line, and then visit it. Jinge Temple is named Luyuan Temple, because the outer walls of the main core building in the temple are all decorated with gold foil. It is called "Jinge Temple", but the Shri Hall impresses tourists too deeply. Everyone remembers this "nickname" and this golden building. In fact, the whole courtyard is very special and shows his mind everywhere. Jinge Temple has become more famous than Luyuan Temple. It may not be noticed that the three-storey building of Jinge Temple is of three different architectural styles in different times--the first floor is the "Fashuiyuan" which is a continuation of Fujihara's style, and the second floor is the "Chaoyin Cave" of Kamakura Period and the third floor is the "Real Top" of Chinese (Tang Dynasty) style. Zen Buddhist temple architecture. The top of the temple has a pagoda-like structure, and the top is decorated with a Golden Phoenix symbolizing auspiciousness. It is worth mentioning that the mashed tea ice cream here is particularly famous, many tourists are admired to queue up for a try, so the queue is very long. Tea is very strong, milk is very fragrant, really delicious.
Jinge Temple (pseudonym - "Golden Pavilion]; English - "Golden Pavilion), officially known as Luyuan Temple (pseudonym - "Golden Pavilion]), is located in the Northern District of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It is a temple of the Linji Sect and the most representative garden of the Shiraku Age in Japan. The name of Jinge Temple derives from the Fa Name of the famous third generation Shogun of the Kiriki family in the period of Shiraku in Japan. Because the outer walls of the core building "Sheriya Hall" in the temple are all decorated with gold foil, it is also called "Jinge Temple". Jinge Temple was built in 1397 (Ming Hongwu 30 years, Japan Yingyong 4 years). It was listed as a national treasure by the Japanese government before World War II. In July 1950, the only remaining Hall of the temple was completely destroyed by arson (i.e. the Jinge Temple fire incident). Today, the hall was rebuilt in 1955 as it was. In 1987, all the gold foil decorations on the outer walls of the hall were completely renewed as they are now. In December 1994, Luyuan Monastery was designated by UNESCO as an important historical building of the world cultural heritage as part of the "cultural wealth of the ancient capital Kyoto".
The original name of Jinge Temple is Luyuan Temple, which is called "Jinge Temple" because the outer walls of the core building of the Temple are all decorated with gold foil. The ticket is very unique. It's a note with good wishes. Founded in 1397, the monastery was originally the villa of General Fuli Yiman (i.e., the prototype of General Zhongli in animation "a clever rest" and later changed to Zen Monastery "Bodhisattva", which was destroyed by fire and restored in 1955. The three-storey pavilion has different architectural styles on each floor, but it can only be seen from afar if it can't enter the interior. Although the day we visited was cloudy, we also enjoyed the magnificent Golden Pavilion and the picturesque sky reflected in the Jinghu Lake Pool. It has become a symbol of Kyoto, designated by the Japanese government as a national treasure, and designated by UNESCO as an important historical building of world cultural heritage in 1994. Therefore, there are many Chinese and foreign tourists here, and they are also one of the tourist attractions that must be visited by tour groups.
The dazzling thing is the gold foil, which seems to be the most concerned one. But in fact, the exquisite and elegant style of Japanese courtyard is often neglected beyond such a gorgeous three-storey castle. Fame is too high, too many tourists, how many also affect the perception. The Jinge Temple was visited on the afternoon of January 18, the day before, it had just snowed in Kyoto, and the snow-covered Jinge Temple was really unbearable to leave. Unfortunately, it's very difficult to take a "visit here" photo in front. One of them is too bright to grasp. Too many of them can't get a place at all. Turning to the back, they took a picture. Unfortunately, it's clear that the Jinge Temple is the real Jinge Temple against the backdrop of the pond.
Golden Pavilion is arguably the most spectacular landscape in Kyoto. Walking into Jinge Temple and standing in front of Jinghu Pool, there is a similar feeling of acquaintance - the shadow of Chinese Tang Dynasty architecture. Jinge Temple is a three-storey pavilion-like building adjacent to Jinghu Lake. The first floor is the aristocratic architectural style of the Ping'an era. The second floor is the "Chaoyin Cave" of Kamakura period (a kind of Wujia architecture, meaning the style of warriors). The third floor is the "Exactly Top" of the Chinese (Tang Dynasty) style (belongs to the Zen Buddhist temple). The top of the temple has a pagoda-like structure, and the top is decorated with a Golden Phoenix symbolizing auspiciousness. The magnificent Jinge Temple and the green Jinghu Lake are interesting. There are also Huxindao, Longmen Pearl, White Snake Tomb, Carp Stone, Teahouse, and Bodhisattva, the immovable King of the Ming Dynasty (said to be the incarnation of Buddha Tathagata, the most respected Bodhisattva in Japan). And tickets are interesting.