It is just like a mall where you walk around for no reason, bad i wouldn't suggest you go. Bad Bad Bad bAd
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Spent the morning here strolling through the beautiful gardens, admiring the colossal pagoda and taking in the wealth of sculptures. All in all it was a great visit to very interesting site. The lotus flowers in bloom (in August) were quite something as you entered....More
One of the iconic sight-seeing place in Kyoto always appears on ads , postcards. Quite place with beautiful scenery, with Ancient Buddhist Tower make of wood and Sculpture of Japanese Buddhist fellowship.You might take 2-3 hours to finish this place including travelling from Kyoto station...More
The grounds contains a 5 story pagoda that is one of the tallest in Japan, that's the main attraction of this temple. there are two halls most definitely must visit, Kondo & Miedo. both halls displayed status of Buddhists Gods, The building its self is...More
Toji is the oldest Mahayana Buddhist temple in Kyoto. The temple was designed and built according to ancient Tang dynasty style. If you are in ancient Chinese Buddhism. This is the place to go.
Check out the market at Toji third Friday of the month. The grounds are beautiful. I went in summer so the lotus ponds were full of over blown blooms. Just gorgeous.
There are so many tmeples throughout Japan it is easy to by pass some but not this one please. It is a top pick
Toji temple has a wonderful collection of statues of national treasures. I have been here twice in the past. I paid 500 yen to see the inner area which includes the tallest pagoda, the kondo hall, the kodo hall,etc. where you cannot take photos. I...More
My wife had been looking forward to arriving in Japan and returning to the Shrine sale as it has been 12 years since our last visit. On the day it was raining, but it didn't hinder enthusiasm. We had fun exploring and all found a...More
We didn't manage to visit the temple properly because we arrived too late to make it worthwhile, it closes at 16.30 & we arrives at 4pm. We needed help to find it because it's entrance is behind another temple, luckily a local schoolboyoffered his help...More