Kyoto Tenryu-ji Temple in Spring

Delicate and graceful weeping cherry trees

 By Tomoko Kamishima   Apr 2, 2014

The weeping cherry trees of Tenryu-ji Temple are delicate and graceful. Thousands of strings of rose-colored gems hang down in contrast with the blue sky. When the gentle breeze sways the flowers tenderly, down comes a drizzle of falling cherry blossoms. Just stunning! Autumn in Tenryu-ji Temple is also nice and powerful. I took some photos from the same angle both in spring and autumn. So, please enjoy these photos from these two fantastic seasons in Kyoto (see autumn photos here).

Photography by Tomoko Kamishima
Japan Travel Member

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