The Great Gardens of Kyoto

<p>The great Gardens of Kyoto</p>

Renge-Ji (C-139)

Renge-Ji (C-139)

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<< Return to The Great Gardens of Kyoto Gallery Kyoto, Japan 蓮華寺(京都府京都市左京区上高野八幡町) The original temple (built at the different location) was burnt down during the 11 year war called, the Onin War / 応仁の乱(15th centry A.D.) The current temple was rebuilt during the beginning of the Edo-era (1662). The pond within the premise was built in the shape of the kanji...

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Zuishin-In (C-62)

Zuishin-In (C-62)

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<< Return to The Great Gardens of Kyoto Gallery Kyoto, Japan 随心院(京都市山科区小野にある真言宗善通寺派大本山の仏教寺院) It was established/built in 991A.D., and it was part of Gyuhizan-Mandara temple /牛皮山 曼荼羅寺. It is said that a famous Waka poetess, Ono-no-Komachi / 小野小町, had spent her later life there. There is a memorial to Komachi within the premise as...

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Renge-Ji (C-149)

Renge-Ji (C-149)

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<< Return to The Great Gardens of Kyoto Gallery Kyoto, Japan 蓮華寺(京都府京都市左京区上高野八幡町) The original temple (built at the different location) was burnt down during the 11 year war called, the Onin War / 応仁の乱(15th centry A.D.) The current temple was rebuilt during the beginning of the Edo-era...

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Hoshun-In (C-146)

Hoshun-In (C-146)

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<< Return to The Great Gardens of Kyoto Gallery Kyoto, Japan 芳春院(京都府京都市北区紫野大徳寺町) Hoshun-in is a sub temple of Daitoku-ji / 大徳寺, and it was built in 1608. It was burnt during the fire of 1796 but was rebuilt. It is usually not open to the...

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Sanzen-In(The Shuheki Garden) (D-137)

Sanzen-In(The Shuheki Garden) (D-137)

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<< Return to The Great Gardens of Kyoto Gallery Kyoto, Japan 大原三千院聚碧園(京都大原の里) The gardens in Japan can be appreciated from the different angles. A good gardener plans everything in the garden carefully, so that its beauty can be appreciated whether you are in the midst of the garden or looking into it through the opened space between the shoji screens from...

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