There are not many people, most of them go to Qingshui Temple or only to the garden, but there are monks here who recite sutras and can sit at any time to listen to the scriptures. The path can directly go up the mountain to Qingshui Temple, with fewer people and cars, but only to pass a grave. Careful consideration
Along the five roads across Yachuan to Qingshui Temple, you can see Daguben Temple. Few tourists here mainly come to visit the local people, perhaps because there are Nagu Chambers, where you can also see Japanese people with flowers to see their relatives. The lotus pond at the door is beautiful.
It is said that at the beginning of the capital construction in Kyoto, temples were not allowed to be built in the capital to avoid secularization, but if built in deep mountains, it would be inconvenient to make it. So the foothills not far from the city are full of temples of all sizes. There are ponds, bridges, stone slabs, maple leaves and a stone statue of a relative at the entrance of Daguben Temple. Kin Luan, the ancestor of Pure Land Sect of Japan.
On the way to Qingshui Temple, I turned around at a fork in the road and went down from a place called Tea Bowl Ban. On the left, there was Daguben Temple. There is a pond at the entrance. A stone bridge crosses the pond and leads to the temple. The road is covered with rectangular slabs, neat and tidy. The stone fences on both sides are covered with dense trees. I think it's quiet here, but I don't have the time to walk in.
Once I went to a temple and looked at the map of Dagumoto Temple. There were few people in it. A pair of young people in kimonos were posing and shooting. They liked the back one very much. Continue to move forward, slowly began to climb, to two or three years Bangkok, there are many small shops on both sides, the majority of food, there are many gadgets, are very distinctive, see the picture - "while shopping to eat, cakes, tea, ice cream, Sheng Baqiao snacks, taste good.
It's a temple that stores ashes and cemeteries. There are many such temples in Japan, not a famous scenic spot.
There are not many visitors here, which may be the reason why there are so many shrines and temples here.
The building is very special, beautiful and beautiful.
The Daguben Temple was founded by the Pure Land True Religion of Buddhism and was rebuilt in 1870 near the Qingshui Temple. It takes a long Shiqiao road and dozens of stone stairs to reach Daguben Temple, which includes a large cemetery with 15,000 tombstones, including the tombstones of the founders of the sect. Tagumoto Temple is not a major tourist attraction in Kyoto, but it is worth seeing. The quiet environment is pleasant. In addition to Daguben Temple, the temple also has historical value, built in 1709 Mingzhu Hall. Dagumoto Temple is a good choice for staying in Kyoto for many days.