After seeing the Gaun Bridge, we finally headed to the precincts of Tofukuji Temple.
The building is too big overall and the vision is a little confusing. It feels like you can see it, but you can't get close to it even if you walk or walk.
The curve where the roof above the corridor rises is cool.
The form formed by overlapping the roof of the corridor and the roof of the Buddhist temple is beautiful. Well, what do you see from? First, let's take a look at the national treasure, Sanmon.
The three gates are a large gate in the center and small gates on the left and right, making a total of one gate. Tofukuji is really big. It looks like my eyesight is paralyzed. Looking at a huge and dynamic building, it's just a sight to see.
Looking through the lotus, I feel like there is also a paradise pure land. You can see the inside of Sanmon for a limited time, such as Golden Week, and the admission fee is 800 yen at that time. Well, you might try climbing.
The lotus pond struck by the rain will surely be beautiful.
If you look at Sanmon nearby, the wooden structure looks like a pattern and is beautiful.
Next is the main shrine. There is a Buddha in this.
Inside the main shrine. There are three Buddha statues, and a splendid dragon on them. I'm looking down here.
Lotus buds that seem to have strong vitality in the hot season. The lotus bud looks like this.
This is a lotus flower that opens a little more. It's beautiful.
The world of fresh green has changed. I think the green is so great that my clothes will be dyed green.
Autumn will turn bright red. It's green in summer.
Take a deep breath in the blue world. Next, let's finally go to Mirei Shigemori's garden. Tofukuji Temple Gaun Bridge 15-778 Honmachi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto