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Rokuoin Temple

Rokuoin Temple

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Rokuoin is a separate temple of the Rinzai sect located in Sagakitaboricho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto. The mountain number is Mount Kakuo. The main statue is Buddha Buddha. Its history begins in 1380 at the opening of Hodoji Temple, which was founded by Ashikaga Yoshimitsu with Shunokumyoha as the opening of the mountain.

Kurumazaki Shrine

Kurumazaki Shrine

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Kurumazaki Shrine is located in Saga, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City. There is also a performing arts shrine on the grounds, which attracts a very large number of young worshippers.

Daikakuji Temple

Daikakuji Temple

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Daikaku Temple is Honzan of Shingonshu Daikakuji faction whose founder is Kobotaishi Kukai in Saga, Ukyo-Ku, Kyoto-City. Formally referred to as Kyusagagosho Daikakujimonzeki, it is also called the Saga Imperial Palace.

Ninnaji Temple

Ninnaji Temple

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Ninna Temple is a temple of the Shingon Omuro head, which is located in the Arashiyama Railway Kitano line Omuroninnaji station. The founder is Emperor Uda.

Umenomiyataisha

Umenomiyataisha

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Umemiyataisha is a shrine in Umezu, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto. It is a shrine known as Tachibana's tutelary deity.

Daiei-dori shopping street

Daiei-dori shopping street

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Daiei-dori shopping street is a shopping district in the vicinity of Horinouchi-cho Uzumasa Ukyo-ku Kyoto-shi. From east to Arashiyama Electric Railway Uzumasa station west to the vicinity of Arashiyama Electric Railway Katabiranotsuji.

Kaikonoyashiro

Kaikonoyashiro

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The official name of the Kaikonoyashiro Shrine is Konoshima-ni-Masu-Amateru-Mitama Shrine. It is also known as Kijima Shrine. The shrine has long been worshipped as a god of praying for rain, and is known for the unusual three-pillar torii gate on the shrine grounds.

Koryu-ji Temple

Koryu-ji Temple

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Koryu Temple is a Shingon sect temple located in Uzumasa, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-city. There are aliases such as Hachioka Temple, Hatanokimi Temple, Uzumasa Temple, etc., and also called Uzumasakoryu Temple.

Seiryoji Temple

Seiryoji Temple

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Seiryo temple is a Jodo temple in Saga, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto. It is a 15-minute walk north of the Arashiyama Railway Arashiyama station. Seiryo temple is called Mt.Godai as honorific mountain name prefixed to a temple's name. It is also known by the name of Sagashakado, it is also known as the "Yuzu Nenbutsu Dojo".

Arashiyama park

Arashiyama park

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From my house, I took the Kyoto municipal subway to Uzumasa Tenjingawa station, then I changed trains to Arashiyama railroad(common name:Randen) and arrived at Arashiyama station. It took long time. Arashiyama is very famous among foreigner tourist, and many of them are European people and Chinese people.

Tenryuji Temple

Tenryuji Temple

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The entrance of the Tenryu Temple of the Rinzai Tenryu Temple sect Daihonzan is located near Arashiyama Railway Arashiyama station. The founding is said to have been conducted by Takauji Ashikaga in 1339, and it is said that the purpose was to memorialize Godaigo Emperor's spirit.

Ryoanji Temple

Ryoanji Temple

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Ryoan Temple is a temple of the Rinzai Myoshin sect in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto. The origin is that Katsumoto Hosokawa was founded in 1450. He was the kanrei of the Muromachi shogunate and the Guardian Lord and the eastern army leader of Onin War.

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