What rituals have been held here? Who were the members? This building is located on Regent St next to the Mortuary Station.
This path is part of the remains of the Karesansui garden at Ginkaku-Ji in Kyoto, Japan.
I captured this near the remains of the Karesansui garden at Ginkaku-Ji in Kyoto, Japan.
Ginkaku-ji, or Temple of the Silver Pavilion, is officially named Jishō-ji and built for a Shogun who became a Buddhist monk.
Nara is considered a small city today, but was once the capital of Japan and the seat of the Emperor.
Kinkakuji, or Temple of the Golden Pavilion, is one of the must see places in Kyoto. Most of the temple is covered in gold leaf, and it’s set next to pond and therefore extremely photogenic.
Kamakura is a small town popular with tourists because of attractions such as the Hasedera temple located on a hill with great views of the town, the Great Buddha bronze statue and other temples and shrines.
Nikko is a small town about 2 hours from Tokyo that is famous for the UNESCO World Heritage site consisting of a complex of shrines, temples and shogun mausoleums.