Kyoto tourist spot
List of tourist spots in Nishikyo-ku
Enshrined deity of Tsukiyomi Shrine is Tsukiyomi-no-mikoto. Tsukuyomi is known as the Amaterasu's fraternal deity in the myth of "Kojiki" and "Nihon-shoki."
Matsuno-Taisha is the oldest shrine in Kyoto, and it is said that the inhabitants who lived in this region of the ancient times were enshrined in the Holy Spirit of the Mt.Matsuo and made it the guardian deity of their life.
Oharano Shrine is a shrine in Nishikyo-ku, Kyoto City, and is called "Kyoto Kasuga" too. Oharano Shrine has been collecting faith as the Guardian God of the woman who has been giving the so as the god of Politics, Katayoke, and wisdom for a long while.
Shojiji Temple is a temple of Tendai in Nishikyo-ku, Kyoto, honorific mountain name prefixed to a temple's name is Oshio mountain. The principal image is Bhaisajyaguru. It is said that Saigyo, a singing monk, became a priest in this temple, and because there is a double cherry blossom "Saigyo Sakura" which is said that the Saigyo monk planted himself, it came to be familiar as "Temple of the Flower".
Kyoto Rakusai bamboo forest park490views
Kyoto City's western New town is also known as a new town surrounded by bamboo, located in the Oeda and Oharano of the bamboo region. However, because a lot of bamboo was cut down by the construction of the new town, the Bamboo Grove Park was opened hearing the voice of actively saving the remaining bamboo grove.