jason_tsengRoundtrip ￥850 is not cheap or expensive, but if you choose not to go because Feilongguan has to pay extra, then you will miss this best view of the overpass sandbar! The overpass sandbar is characterized by the southern side of Wenzhu Mountain Feilongguan this side is wider, adding a bit of imagination, it will indeed be a bit like a dragon (actually more like snake). On the north side, the park is narrower, basically a straight line, overall like a straight dragon tail (or a snake tail ......). From the side of Wenzhu Mountain, you can see the dragon shape. If you look at the Umbrella pine Park, you can only see a straight green belt ...... Please enjoy the standard viewing posture and the view of Feilong view below! How does it feel? Like a snake? A little disappointed? Although the view is better than the photo, but the view of the dragon is not amazing, but for the title of "three scenes", it is still to see it (the girl is well done!)
游侠半仙Japan is free to travel to the overpass, stay at the bridge building hotel. Turning the bridge and seeing the bridge. [View] The hotel room faces the overpass scenic spot of one of the three views of Japan. [Interesting] Feel the Japanese Hot Spring ♨️ Culture! [Cost-effective] High! The quality of service is unparalleled!
tiramisu1130Ancient capitals, shrines and temples are everywhere, this is a bit small, so there are relatively few people, but there are all that should be there. The architectural style is also full of ancient charm and Zen. The red torii seems to be the most standard building of the shrine, with local characteristics!
翱翔的大鲨鱼Chionji Temple is one of the three Manjushri monasteries in Japan. It is used to enshrine Manjushri who is responsible for wisdom. Every year during the exam season, many candidates and parents come to visit the shrine to pray for a smooth exam. As soon as you walk into the temple, you can see the mountain gate called the Golden Pavilion. It is said that it took 7 years to build and is very magnificent. In order to pray for the title of the gold list, there is a fan-shaped sign in the temple. Hanging the sign on a pine tree means that good things happen and bad things pass quickly. In addition, the pagoda and iron bath barrels in the temple are also designated important cultural properties of the country and are of great historical value. Dear students, remember to come here for worship.
#amanohashidate (天橋立) is one of Japan's three scenic views. The sandbar is located in Miyazu Bay in northern #kyoto #japan
Viewed from the mountains at either end of the bay, the Amanohashidate Sandbar (which roughly translates to "bridge in heaven") looks like a pathway between heaven and earth.
Yu Ise Cage Shrine next to Umatsu Park, about 2,500 years old, is said to be the origin of Ise Jingu Shrine, so it is called Yuan Ise. The shrine is decorated with colorful traditional ornaments that look like a pear-shaped gemstone along the railing of the main entrance of the shrine. In Japan, only two shrines have been allowed to use these Shinto decorative patterns, that is, Ise Jingu Shrine and Yuan Yi Shi Cang Shrine.
After entering the door, you can see a huge unique thatch that can clean the suffocation of the first half of the year for the worshippers, give the worshippers a blessing to overcome the summer epidemic, and pray for no disease in the second half.
The Japanese hotel that I stayed in at night perfectly made me spend a comfortable night. The hot springs are indoors. When I go to the bath, I have to take a bath and then enter, and look at the scenery outside the window. There is also a lot of good places for taking pictures in the hotel, it is very muji style.
Hotel Name: MARINETOPIA RESORT
Hotel Address: Higashi, Shizuzu, Kyoto 4230
Catch up with the last bus to get to Amanohashidate. It is actually a new tram line that started in 2015. I am amazing to the tea table. The absolute chic terminal is the most amazing thing before Miyazu. I am facing the sea on the Izu Peninsula. The tram fatigue is instantly eliminated. I am a Japanese tram.