I think it's a must-see tourist attraction in Japan. Especially Japanese style, humanities have a special flavor. The building is orange and beautiful! Entrance tickets, incense burners and slippers are required to enter the temple. There are amulets. It was a drizzling rain on the day we went, and there was no scenic charm in that day! __________ A street in Qingshui Temple is full of delicious food, which is full of food, drink and fun. There is also the experience of renting Japanese kimonos, the characteristics are absolutely commendable! There are countless delicious foods. Don't stop praising! Must go!
Compared with Jinge Temple, Qingshui Temple is more popular, and it is a must-see attraction for all tour groups. Not only because it is the oldest monastery in Kyoto, but also because it has the national treasure level of "Clear Water Stage" and "Clear Spring" - the main hall is supported by 139 pillars, hanging erect, like a huge stage, so it is called "Clear Water Stage"; and the Qingquan of Yinyu Falls is the origin of the name "Clear Water Temple", which is divided into three, symbolizing longevity, health, wisdom, and is considered to have magical power, and come to admire fame. Tourists will surely come for a drink of water, which is said to prevent diseases and disasters. Clear water stage is the place where most tourists stop to watch. Whether they are near or far-sighted, it has an awesome feeling. From this point of view, looking up at this pure wood building, which was built earlier than 1633 and supported by 139 large timber columns, it still feels very powerful. It's a great courage to hear that many believers who hope to become immortals jump down from here.
From Tokyo to Osaka, if you pass through Kyoto, you must visit Qingshui Temple. It was already afternoon when we arrived at Qingshui Temple. Although it snowed, there were many visitors to visit Qingshui Temple. Come to the foot of Yinyu Mountain and walk up the hill along the trail. When entering Qingshui Temple, you will pass through the buildings of Renwangmen, Ximen, Triple Pagoda, Suiqiutang, Kaishan Hall and so on. You can see the carvings of Renwangmen and Tibetan Buddha. There are many tourists in the temple lighting incense and asking for signatures. The incense is very strong. The guide said that if the signature is good, it should be well kept. If it is bad, remember to tie it up on the shelf next to it. The Qingshui Temple in the snow and the Qingshui Temple after the snow cleared have a different flavor.
Personally, if you only stay in Kyoto for one day, this "Qingshui Temple" is another must-go scenic spot in Kyoto besides "Fujian Daohe Community" (Qianben Bird House). Qingshui Temple is close to Yasaka and Sansaka. On both sides of the mountain, you can see many special shops, some of which are for handicraft and some of which are for food. Wearing rented kimonos with your family, you can only walk in small steps, which is a little funny. But when the sky is beautiful, it's sunny, so the pictures are very beautiful.
A very popular place, along the trail all the way up the mountain, foreign tourists and local people have, in some narrow places also formed a shoulder to shoulder state. The bright colours of the monastery contrast strongly with the blue sky. Living wave local students and young people in kimonos interweave on the road. There are many businessmen around the mountain trail. Unlike Chinese scenic spots, many cheap and high-quality souvenirs were only purchased locally. Souvenirs purchased only for this trip were found to be of good quality after returning home. If you like them, don't miss them. Although the scenery is not as good as the great mountains and rivers in China, the smallness also has its unique flavor.
Qingshui Temple is sure to come to Kyoto. There are many temples in Kyoto. Qingshui Temple is the most famous temple, so of course it will come. If we are friends who travel freely, and the hotel is in the downtown area, all the way is the scenery, I live in four sides, I did not buy a Kyoto bus, one day through two days, go east from the hotel, we do not walk the most lively four streets, we come through the streets, the alleys really reflect the meaning of Kyoto, but also show the Kyoto city culture, and come to Qing. Watertemple, the surrounding attractions have been visited together, each attraction is close to, such as: Zongyuan, three years, two years, one eye, two eyes, three eyes, all together, the ancient city is very Kyoto characteristics, while shopping while eating, can enjoy the Kyoto city scenery on the top of Qingshui Temple. That's great! Must come.
One of the oldest shrines in Japan, Kyoto is a must-see attraction. Japanese shrines are usually on the mountains. The name of Qingshui Temple comes from the Qingquan and Yinyu Waterfalls in the temple. A lot of people are queuing up here. The correct order is to wash the left hand with water on the right hand, and wash the right hand with water on the left hand. Then take a sip. It is said that good luck can be prayed for. Clear water stage is being renovated, and worship in the main hall should be queued in turn. First add incense money, then kneel and pray. Besides tourists, there are many local people here.
Qingshui Temple is the most famous temple among many temples in Kyoto, built on the hillside. Walk along the crowd, along the way are small shops, all kinds of goods let people linger and forget to return, making the already wide streets a little watertight feeling. Walking along, suddenly the front of the broad, Qingshui Temple door arrived. There are also many visitors, and you can see the local people have men and women, wearing kimonos in groups of visits.
Qingshui Temple is located on the hillside of Yinyu Mountain in eastern Kyoto. It was built in 778. It is the oldest temple in Kyoto. It is one of Kyoto's famous places for cherry appreciation. In autumn, it is a place for red maple and maple appreciation. The tea art of Qingshui Temple ranks first in Kyoto.
Like ancient buildings and close to nature, breathe fresh air. Of course, I recommend you to come here. Along the way, you can see mushroom coolers in kimonos. You can't tell whether they are Japanese or Chinese. If you want to try the mushroom cooling with paper umbrella in small steps on clogs, you may rent kimonos at the foot of the temple and spend a leisurely afternoon strolling around. Besides the temple, there are various shops. It is very memorable to buy some chopsticks as souvenirs to send friends back home. If you buy more, like the southern iron pot or something, if it sinks, the shopkeeper can also send it directly to the hotel. You don't have to worry about shopping or anything.