Uphill all the way to Qingshui Temple. There are many small shops. Just look around.
Babantong is a small road around Kyoto Qingshui Temple, called Banbanbang, which means a little slope. Tourists here are relatively scarce, compared with the two or three years of Sakawa, both sides are full of strong Japanese style old buildings. At the end of Babantong, you can see Babanta from your head.
Babanta is at the end of Babantong. The drizzle drizzled on Babantong, and the visitors who had just been standing shoulder to shoulder in Bangkok in the past two or three years suddenly disappeared, leaving the rare scenery of the Edo period here to be preserved.
A sloping road, with five towers at the end, is lined with shops selling various tourist souvenirs and snacks.
Babantong, located in Dongshan, Kyoto, is a path under the Babanzhi Pagoda, which leads to Qingshui Temple. This trail is not uncommon in Kyoto, but with the landmark of Dongshan Mountain and the background of Japan's oldest five-fold tower, this trail naturally emits different flavors. When there are many people, it's not good to shoot here. It's not as good as the other side of the Pagoda, which is close to the two-year, three-year and three-year period.