Lingshan Shrine for Protecting the Nation is a very small scenic spot in Kyoto. Lingshan Historic Museum is also here. In fact, it is a cemetery. If you have taboos, don't go. The most representative one is the tomb of Sakamoto Longma. It happens to have local commemorative activities when you go, which is very lively.
Lingshan Shrine for Protecting the Nation, here are the tombs of Banben Longma and others. It's specially for the Japanese to visit.
I thought I didn't have time to come here on this trip, but I did, perhaps because of that historical romance.
Not many people, Japanese traditional style design, a long history
It can be seen everywhere in Japan, but this look may be slightly larger than other operations. The buildings inside look older and should have a long history. It is suggested that if you want to go, you should not rush to the weekend, because there are many people at that time.