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Philosopher’s Path

Philosopher’s Path

The Philosopher's Path (哲学の道, Tetsugaku no michi) is a pedestrian path following a canal lined by cherry trees between Ginkaku-ji and Nanzen..

Kyoto
Nanzenji Temple

Nanzenji Temple

Nanzenji (南禅寺), established in 1291 was converted from a former residence of Emperor Kameyama upon his death.

Kyoto
Kosanji Temple

Kosanji Temple

One of Kyoto’s most secluded UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Kosanji Temple is located within a lush mountain forest. Kosanji is a Buddhist temple belonging..

Kyoto
Byodo-in Temple

Byodo-in Temple

5 (1Review)

Byodo-in Temple is one that all Japanese people have seen — on the back of a 10-yen coin. The Buddhist temple is most well-known for the view of its..

Kyoto
Kyoto Railway Museum

Kyoto Railway Museum

5 (2Reviews)

The Kyoto Railway Museum (formerly the Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum until 2016) is a railway museum in Shimogyō, Kyoto, Japan. The original Umeko..

Kyoto
Saiho-ji Temple

Saiho-ji Temple

Known as the “Moss Temple” or Kokedera Temple, Saiho-ji in Kyoto is home to one of Japan’s finest moss gardens. Built in 1339, the Zen temple was..

Kyoto
Kodaiji

Kodaiji

Kodaiji is a superb temple of the Rinzai Zen Buddhism sect. The temple grounds consist of two beautiful gardens, contrasting lush greenery with a sea..

Kyoto
Ginkakuji

Ginkakuji

5 (5Reviews)

Ginkakuji is best known as the Silver Pavilion and was built in 1482. Unlike its golden counterpart Kinkakuji, Ginkakuji Temple is not actually plated..

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