There are more than 3,000 shrines in Japan, and Kyoto is the head office, so its position is really extraordinary. This is the second stop of our two-day tour in Kyoto, so it was very fresh to see everything, and there were not many people at that time, so it was very comfortable to stroll around. Inside the temple, there is a large stage full of lanterns, which is a free attraction. Some travel notes choose: Qingshui Temple, only garden, Bakan Shrine, while others are Bakan Shrine, only garden, Qingshui Temple. There's nothing to tangle with. There's a little uphill road from Qingshui Temple to Bakan Shrine. Is there any uphill road from Bakan Shrine to Qingshui Temple? Not bad. That's a short paragraph. The distance between scenic spots is very close, and walking is very convenient. Don't take the bus or taxi. There are still many small scenic spots to visit along the way.
Kyoto's Bakan Shrine is the headquarters of more than 3,000 Japanese Bakan Shrines, and its status is very high. It is also the venue of the Sakura Festival, one of the three major sacrifices in Japan. All kinds of lanterns are common elements of shrines. Inside the temples, on the stage full of lanterns, lucky people may see the God dance of witches.
Special visit to Bakan Shrine. This is the head office. It's very big. The snacks beside the shrine are very delicious. I like crab sticks and beef.
The Bakan Shrine is located in the eastern mountain area of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. For the twenty-second club, the old social status is the official coin club (now the other superficial shrine in the hall of the shrine). It is the headquarters of about 3,000 Yamazawa shrines in Japan, originally known as "Yamazawa shrine", "Yamazawa shrine", "Yamazawa shrine", "Yamazawa shrine" "Yamazawa god", and was renamed "Yamazawa shrine" after the separation order of the gods and Buddhas in Kyeong 4 years (1868).
The Shinto Shinto of Kyoto is the headquarters of the Shinto Shinto of Japan. In fact, it is magnificent. The Shinto of Zhuhongzhu has a solemn and mysterious feeling both during the day and at night. The lanterns offered on one side are also shocking. The incense here is very strong. Many Japanese pray here on the night of the red maple season.
Out of the Yuanshan Park is the Bakan Shrine, out of the Shrine is the four thoroughfares of Zouyuan. Whether it is to go to Huamei Road, to buy things at the four chic Kyoto dim sum shops on both sides of the thoroughfare, or to take a bus to the four traffic hubs at the end of the thoroughfare, it is a must-go place.
The Bakan Shrine suggests going in the evening and evening. It's really beautiful to turn on the lights at night. Everyone can ring the bell beside the hall and pray when it is finished. In addition to the hall, there are many small halls, including the Beauty God bar, ringing bells to pray for more beautiful, outside there is a small pool like a beauty fountain, holding a little water to apply face, very interesting.
Ping'an Shengong - Huajian Xiaolu - Qingshui Temple - 2 years & 183 years; 3 years Ban - Bakan Shenshu - only garden stroll around famous scenic spots in eastern Kyoto, with walking ancient roads, kimono cross-dressing, feeling traditional Kyoto blocks as the main line.
Dusk, just in time for the lights. There are many places selling snacks in it. You should pay attention to the fact that there is "the Shrine of Ascaris" It seems that Japanese Shinto can really offer sacrifices to anything. The Yasukuni Shrine is a famous place for beauty. Look closely at the donation list next to it. There are cosmetics companies like Shiseido.
From Kyoto Station, you can get off the bus and walk there. You can enter a section with snacks and walk up to a larger stage. There is a performance at 6:30 p.m. There are too many people. You can't see anything behind the station. You don't need tickets. You can walk to only garden. There are several kimono and cross-dress shops.