Furthermore, the garden of Ohara Sanzen-in Temple in Kyoto is recommended. There is also a hydrangea garden, so this looks good in June.
Kannondo. The vermilion color scheme is beautiful.
Small Kannon statue. A bite Ichiman Yenya! It is quite business-oriented.
This is a free gift when you collect all the stamp rallies! Ohara sticker! This is nice for children. Moreover, a thankful sticker that seems to be beneficial to you from Nun.
It has become a wild garden with a slightly darker mountain view.
Speaking of Ohara Sanzen-in, this Warabe Jizo! cute. It feels like I was born from moss. The moss is on my head.
I want to stroke my smooth head.
Is this a moss wig? Warabe Jizo that looks like it was attached. Like a punch perm like afro hair.
I don't know if it has healing power, but it feels normal to walk.
Spring water and moss are like symbols of healing and vitality.
Fresh moss that would be delicious if you eat it?
The vermilion bridge looks green.
Charcoal-selling old stone Buddha. It is said that it was made by the believers of the Jodo sect in the middle of the Kamakura period.
The road is well paved and easy to walk while looking at the deep mountain scenery.
The garden is properly built with a view of the mountains. It was truly a garden. 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)