Jintianman Temple is a very interesting place. You can eat and drink, and you can also find very unique souvenirs. And this is always the feeling of being bustling and busy. The lively place is always lingering.
Wandering in the commercial street, I just happened to encounter the Jintianman Temple~ The entrance is full of lanterns~ I took a few photos at the door~ Very good~ If you are in the commercial street, you should be blessed with a prosperous business~
Passing by accidentally, I thought it was very beautiful and went in. Upon investigation, it turned out that it was Jintianmangong, which may be considered a kind of fate.
The incense is very strong, and many local people come to worship. I also asked for a lottery to be Zhongji. I hope it will go smoothly and everything will come true.
Kyoto’s Nishiki Tenmangu Shrine is near Gion. It is a tourist attraction that resembles a pedestrian street. There are restaurants, various small shops, a vegetable market and a shrine. It is very interesting, and there is no time to stroll around. The sushi izakaya is very unique. Make and eat directly at the stall.
This shrine is located at the very end of Nishiki Market. It is very small, but there are some interesting landscapes inside. There is a lion dance, it will dance and distribute "omikuji" (meaning wealth in English). There are some other animated animal images, remember to bring some coins. Because it is a Tenmangu, there is a statue of a cow inside, you can touch it to gain wisdom.
This small shrine in the shopping district of Kyoto is hard to miss if you're on the shopping trail. It is a very nicely maintained small shrine just of Shinkyogoku.
It's like all roads lead to this Shrine. At the end of the Nishiki Market. A welcome completion to the outing. You don't expect to find this delightful space in this area.
It's another temple alright. But it the middle of the market. So even more people than usual and not a really pleasant temple either
This temple is at the far eastern end of the nishiki street market... Has many lanterns....original built in 1003 and has been at this present location since 1587...
We stumbled across this after Nishiki Market and were pleasantly surprised. It’s a compact shrine, but lots to see including some animatronics! They don’t draw Goshuin in books, but will sell you on...