Kyoto tourist spot
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In the Sewari-tsutsumi area, where the Kizu and Uji Rivers converge, approximately 220 cherry trees (Someiyoshino) are planted along a 1.4-km stretch, forming a beautiful cherry blossom tunnel in spring. This cherry blossom tunnel is known as one of the most famous cherry blossom viewing spots.
Ishimizu Hachimangu (Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine) is a shrine in Yawata City, Kyoto Prefecture, formerly known as Otokoyama Hachimangu Shrine. It is one of the 22 shrines (Kamishichi-sha) and, together with Ise Jingu Shrine, is one of the two main shrines (sobyo).
Kenrokuen is a vast Japanese garden with a migratory style called one of the three Japanese garden in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture.
Byodo-in is a deeply related temple with Mr. Fujiwara in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture. Since the 17th century, sects combined as Tendai Buddhism and Jodo sect, and now they do not belong to a specific denomination.
Uji Shrine is a shrine located in Ujiyamada, Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture. It is paired with the adjacent Ujigami Shrine. Deity of the Uji Shrine is Ujinowakiiratsukonomikoto.
Ujigami Shrine is a shrine in Ujiyamada, Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture, and it is paired with the Uji shrine in the vicinity.
Komyoji is a temple located in Nagaokakyo city, Kyoto Prefecture, and it is the Head temple of Nishiyama Jodo sect. This temple is the place of the Rikkyo Kaishu where Enkotaishi Honen the sect founder firstly spoke of Nembutsu in Japan.
Otokuni Temple is a temple of Shingon-shu Buzan-ha located in Nagaokakyo city, Kyoto Prefecture, famous as peony temple. Although the foundation is not certain, it is presumed that it was founded before the Nagaoka-kyo construction, the Nara period.
Fukuchiyama Castle is located in the city of Fukuchiyama, Kyoto Prefecture. It was the residence of the Fukuchiyama clan in Edo period.
Nagaoka Tenmangu is a shrine in Nagaokakyo city, Kyoto Prefecture, and is known as "Tenjin-san" and "Nagaten-san" among its citizens.
JASDF Komatsu Airbase is the airbase of the Air Self-Defense Force, which was opened in 1961.
The Maizuru Naval District was established in October 1888, then it developed as a naval base until the end of World War II. It reaches present as Maizuru District Corps of the Maritime Self Defense Force.