地元 東山 ニュース、 日本
Temple of “Pure Water”
That is how the name of the temple is translated from Japanese - “clear water”. The temple is located on Mount Otova and was built in 798. It literally hangs over the abyss, its terrace rests on 139 fifteen-meter logs. The view from the temple to the whole of Kyoto is stunning, and the park around Kiyomizu-dera is worthy of attention (like all Japanese parks, of course :)) And the incredibly picturesque Sanie-zaka street with cute souvenir shops and goodies leads to the temple.
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The garden is a tunnel of flowering wisteria - a completely amazing place. I have never seen anything like this in my life anywhere, including in Japan. Everything is wonderfully thought out and designed, nothing more. I regret only one thing that the photos do not convey the uniqueness of this place, since they cannot capture the entire garden in one frame.
An excellent combination of Japanese cuisine, spices and the right size marbled piece of meat. Everything you need for a great vacation. Plus more sake)) Thank you very much for a great evening
The beauty is incredible! It is interesting to wander around the courtyard, as well as the buildings where the servants lived. The castle itself is striking in the intricate details, tiles, which are especially clearly visible from the upper floors. And the view of the city from the observation deck is breathtaking! And the fortress walls amaze with its massiveness, and somehow it immediately seems like medieval Japanese soldiers defended themselves from attacks by enemies.
Souvenir shopping and street food
A fun place with bright signs and a noisy crowd. It's nice to just wander around, slowly eating takoyaki, bought right there on the street. There are many bars of different formats and you will not get sad from here.
In the middle of the street there is a Ferris wheel, you can ride in the evening, overlooking the evening Osaka.