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Bishamondo with red leaves of autumn
©AFLO, Hideaki Tanaka
Monzeki Temple of the Tendai sect founded in 703. In the autumn, the scenery of the stone steps turns into burning red with fallen maple leaves, and in the spring, you can enjoy the view of weeping cherry trees in full bloom.
18 Anshu Inariyama-cho, Yamashina-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto
Adults ¥ 500High school students ¥ 400Junior high / Elementary school students ¥ 300
From March to November: 8:30-17:00From December to February: 8:30-16:30
It provides a wonderful scenery with colorful leaves together with trees, as well as the leaves falling down on the streets or floating on washbasins of the temple.
About a 20-minute walk from the "Yamashina Station" on the JR, subway, and Keihan lines.
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