Autumn at Eikando Temple

Red and festive

 By Irma Syahriar   Nov 27, 2014

Visiting Kyoto in Autumn is not complete without enjoying the beautiful view of Eikando Temple. Its location is not far from the well-known Nanzenji Temple and Philosopher's Path. Eikando Temple is one of the favorite destinations for foreign and domestic tourists alike.

Generally, in the second week of November the leaves around Tahoto Pagoda and Hojo Pond become bright red. So, make sure to visit Eikando Temple and take as many photos as possible!

Photography by Irma Syahriar
Japan Travel Member
Translated by Relinda Puspita

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Olivia Clarke 2 years ago
That temple looks incredible. Can't wait to get there.
Olga Kaneda 2 years ago
The comment was from Olivia, but my name attracted my attention and wow - the colors are stunning!
Mandy Bartok 2 years ago
I was just here two weeks ago and almost posted a photo story as well. What a stunning place! My favorite temple in Kyoto for fall leaves, I think.
Irma Syahriar Photographer 2 years ago
Yes, I couldn't agree more! It was indeed very stunning. It's also one of my favorites.