Kyoto Ping An Temple was built in 1895 to commemorate the 1100-year-old relocation of the capital of Ping An in Japan. Its shape is designed according to a five-eighth scale thumbnail of Ping'an Jing. The shrine is dedicated to the emperor of Huanwu and Xiao Tomorrow in Japan.
It's a very tasty city. You can't miss it when you visit Japan. The tofu and kimono shrine in Kyoto are worth a try.
This town is very interesting, people don't eat much, good JR station is messy.
Kyoto is the fourth largest city in Japan. It has been the capital of Japan since Emperor Huanwu moved to Ping An Jing in 794 and Tokyo was founded in 1868. Long-term historical accumulation has made Kyoto City rich in historical relics, and it is also one of the important towns of Japanese traditional culture. Some traditional folk customs in Kyoto, such as sunflower sacrifices and garden sacrifices, have been held for more than a thousand years and become unique scenery in Kyoto. Some historical buildings in Kyoto City were listed as world cultural heritage in 1994 under the name of "cultural wealth of the ancient capital Kyoto].