Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn
Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn
Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn
Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn
Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn
Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn Koto-in Red Leaves of Autumn

Nov.

Enjoy a cup of matcha tea while contemplating the garden. It was founded by one of the seven disciples of Rikyu, Tadaoki Hosokawa in 1601.

  • Address

    73-1, Daitoku-ji, Murasakino, Kita-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto

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  • Entry fee

    Adults 400
    Junior high school students 300
    Elementary school students 200

  • Opening Hours

    9:00-16:30 *Admission ends 10 minutes before closing time.

  • Closed

    June 7th-June 8th (Anniversary of founder's death) May 6th (Anniversary of Sozen's death) No regularly scheduled holidays.

  • Website

    http://kanko.city.kyoto.lg.jp/detail.p...

  • Best Season

    Nov.

  • Point

    Reservations are required for all group visits.

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    Take the city bus (#1, 205, 206) from JR Kyoto station and get off at "Daitokuji temple" or " Takeisao-jinja Shrine". Located within a 3-minute walk.

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