Kyoto, Ohara Sanzenin. The parking lot is probably the first time you go. Because, as you get closer to Sanzen-in, there are many parking lots. Then "Eh? If you don't put it in the parking lot, will there be a parking lot if you go nearby?" It becomes a psychological state. I just want to avoid "going close and there is no parking lot after all!" There are a lot of tourists, but U-turns are the worst. However, I want to park in the parking lot as close to Sanzen-in as possible from Yada who walks a long distance! In the conflict, I went up the slope to Sanzen-in. The pressure on the signboards "Parking lot" and "P" is amazing. I've come up quite a bit. Is that okay?
I found a sign that says "Parking lot with a cup of coffee, unlimited, free opening!" Alright, it ’s okay here! Decided to go to the cafe "iRORi".
I want to drink a little coffee.
An old-fashioned coffee shop that seems to make a noise (not actually) when you open the door. The person is Garan. The cooler works and it feels good.
The lack of this person is cool.
Kinkin's iced coffee. Huh. I'm going to walk hard, so maybe I should take a break here.
The sky of Ohara is blue.
Now, head to Ohara Sanzenin. From here, it takes about 7 minutes to reach the entrance of Sanzen-in Temple.
Shop. But it's a holiday. "Kyoto Ohara Sansenin Genin". Shio Daifuku seems to be a specialty.
Sanzen-in specialty, Kakudaishi's bill. A Buddhist priest of the Tendai sect, a former three masters, turned into a demon to ward off the plague god, That is the origin. This figure is called Kakudaishi. If you put it on the front of the house, it will be a talisman. It's also called Onimori. It's a pretty cool amulet.
Then, when I walked further, it was Nanu! The nearest parking lot is right in front of Sanzen-in Temple! !! You've come this far by car! What was it, the parking lot so far. .. Those who have passed through the parking lots so far and arrived here will be quite tempted. I admire you. By the way, this parking lot is a "paid parking lot in front of Sansenin". If you read this blog, I recommend you to enter this name in the navigation from the beginning. Kyoto Ohara Sanzen-in Temple (Sanzen-in Temple Ruins) 540 Ohararaikoincho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 601-1242 TEL 075-744-2531 Visiting time March-October 9: 00-17: 00 (closed at 17:30) November-December 7th, 8: 30-17: 00 (closed at 17:30) December 8th to February 9: 00-16: 00 (closed at 16:30)