Typical Japanese courtyard, small scale, simple and quiet, good scenery.
Sacred Protectorate is a temple in Zuojing District, Kyoto City, Kyoto City, Japan. It is also a very historic age and has a quiet environment.
We were arranged to pray on the second floor of the temple, but we didn't get the red seal. I don't really like this scenic spot. No more!
It's not a good-looking scenic spot. I don't recommend it.
This house is very good. It is said that the family has always been in the hotel business. The surroundings are very good. The authentic Japanese houses are quiet, beside which are the ruins of the Sacred Protectorate, not far from the Kumano Shrine, and not far from the station. Japanese-style rooms are very large, like a suite. The host's service is very good and kind. If you don't know anything, you can help in time. You can choose to provide catering services. My reservation is to provide breakfast. Breakfast is not changed every day. Thank you. Reserved links, if necessary, take them:
If it doesn't rain, Lanshan will have a good view. Accommodation at Kyoto Sanctuary can reach Lanshan in about 25 minutes by bus. Then we took a foot bath, but we had to eat in this coffee shop. Seeing many middle school students go, we also tried. In Japan, it's really a one-step cafe. The basic dish tastes good. This shop has eaten a small cake with rice wine taste, which is quite novel and tastes a little like wine.~