This autumn has not cooled down, maple leaves will be red at the end of the month. Dongfu Temple, the Tongtianqiao in the temple is a scenic spot for viewing red leaves. Woyunqiao is the best place to take photos of Tongtianqiao and Xiyujian Red Leaf Landscape. There are 25 pagodas in the temple, and the oldest Mountain Gate is a precious national cultural relic. The abbot's courtyard of Dongfu Temple was rebuilt in 1890, and the gardener Chung Sen Sanling completed his surrounding gardens in 1939. Only the abbot's courtyard of Dongfu Temple is surrounded by gardens on all sides, southeast and northwest. These four modern Zen gardens, which are constructed from the abstract concepts of traditional and modern art, have been introduced all over the world. Nanting has the symbols of "Penglai", "Abbot", "Yingzhou", "Huliang" of Sixian Island boulder, and the white sand brushed out of the ripple sea represents "Bahai", while the west of the garden is planted with similar "Wushan" green moss rockery. Xiting constructed the trimmed Rhododendron dwarf irrigation and white sand into "wells" words, whose name "Jingtian Shisong" originated from the word "minefield" of ancient Chinese farming system. Beiting is a chessboard greenbelt alternately composed of moss cut into small squares and stone laying used for mounting doors. In autumn, the maple leaves of the Yujian River in its background are colourful, and it is a famous scenic spot to appreciate maple in Kyoto. The remaining pillars of other buildings in the Fusi Temple east of Dongting are laid in sand with the pattern of the Big Dipper Seven Stars, which is called the "Big Dipper Court". The whole courtyard is small, but it gathers many elements. The Dongfu Temple and the Abbot's Garden have to buy tickets separately.
This is one of the top ten places to appreciate red leaves in Kyoto, so every red leaf season here is crowded with people. Especially the overpasses here are crowded with tourists, but the scenery here is really very beautiful, even if so many people are still worth it, after all, a year in this short few weeks to enjoy the red leaves, and then squeeze also want to see.
I didn't make a strategy to appreciate maple in Kyoto. I didn't expect that there were so many ancient temples in Kyoto, and there were many places to recommend the maple sacred place. As one of the places to recommend, the photo of the overpass was very attractive. Because it was very close to the rice lotus, I chose to visit all the way. Because it was early December, coupled with the sudden drop in temperature in the previous few days, the red leaf scenery was discounted a little, and the temporary ticket booth was sold. It was also closed, only the original ticket booth was opened, but tourists still came in one after another. Although the time has passed, the beautiful scenery of red maple is still very spectacular. There are still several red maple trees which keep their youth. They are popular places for tourists to gather and take photos.
I have been to two places, the first non-maple season, very quiet and open. When the Maple Leaf season returns, although it is a working day, it is also from the beginning of the subway there has been a large flow of people, along the way there are signs and staff to maintain order. Dongfu Temple does not need tickets, but the best place to enjoy maple is the overpass. Once you enter Dongfu Temple, you can see the distant overpass and the Red Maple Leaf Valley under the bridge. There are many maple trees here. In addition, Abbot courtyards also have to pay to enter, many Japanese Abbot courtyards are generally dry mountains and rivers.
It was early summer and missed the Maple Leaf Season. At this time, Kyoto was no longer full of red leaves, but surrounded by dark green eyes. It was sitting in Dongfu Temple (Dongfu Temple). It was much clearer than other monasteries. Nobody came and went bustling. Only the crisp birdsong above the head and the clear stream flowing slowly along the stone steps. The beauty of Kyoto is in the tranquility of nature.
One of the five most famous monasteries in Kyoto, Dongfu Monastery, is the most attractive place. I think it's the red leaves in autumn. It's not too impressive to describe it. If there is only one place to choose in Kyoto, it must be Dongfu Temple. It's still worth it to be pushed forward in the overpass. From Osaka to Tokyo Temple Station, 400 yen is allowed to transfer from Kyosaka Railway to Nampo-Dianyou Bridge on the Yutangjin Line of the Metro.
Dongfu Temple is the most recommended place for me to see red leaves on this Maple appreciation trip. Dongfu Temple is 15 minutes'walk from Fujian Daohe Community. When you enter the scenic spot, you can go straight to the flyover. You need to buy tickets. As soon as we enter the Tongqiao Park, the red color is amazing. There are a lot of people on the overpass. I think the landscape on the bridge is suitable for naked eyes. To get a good picture, or to go down to the valley. The Valley is not deep. It's easy to walk. When you walk, you can watch and take pictures. You can finish a circle in a minute. Look at the red leaves, the first is Dongfu Temple. After all, it's close to Daohe Dashe, and the two scenic spots along the way are all visited.
Dongfu Temple is not far from Qingshui Temple. It takes about 35 minutes and 2.6 kilometers to walk from Qingshui Temple. After visiting Dongfu Temple, you can continue walking 1.6 kilometers to visit Fujian Daihe Community. There are not many people going to Dongfu Temple, especially the Chinese, who are mainly foreign tourists. The scenic spot consists of two important scenic spots. One is to look at the red leaf overpass, the other is to look at the stone abbot's room in the courtyard. If you go to Dongfu Temple to see the red leaves in early November, it will be one of the most beautiful scenic spots in Kyoto.
Dongfu Temple is very close to Fujian Daohe Community. It takes about ten minutes to walk through a residential path. There are many Chinese-style temples and buildings, ancient and fragrant. The gardens in the park have been trimmed with distinctive features, which is worth seeing.
There are more than 70,000 temples in Japan, more than supermarkets. I don't know whether they are real or not. Nanjing has a longer history than Kyoto. There are more than 480 temples in Southern Dynasty. At that time, Buddhism was flourishing and most of them were built in the capital city. Unfortunately, they were destroyed and annihilated artificially. It's rainy and windy. Nowadays, they are all one side of a thousand cities, man-made monuments, looking at the lively, in fact, lack of culture.