Kyoto in early summer is a famous place for green leaves! “Tofukuji Temple” [Part 5] Kaisando




What happens when you cross the Tentsu Bridge? The answer is Kaisando.

Kaisando is said to be the first monk's residence in the temple, and later the temple where the statue of that person is enshrined.

It will be studying. It's a little dwelling because the monk lived there.

It's not a bullish building like the main hall of a temple or Hojo, but a building that seems to be comfortable.

東福寺開山堂

The first thing that catches the eye is the tower. It is said to be one of the five major towers of Kyoto.

Kinkakuji Temple, Ginkakuji Temple, Hiunkaku of Nishi Honganji Temple, Hoshunin Temple of Daitokuji Temple, and Kaisando Denkikaku of Tofukuji Temple.

I didn't know.

東福寺開山堂庭園

The dry landscape garden also looks beautiful. It's shaded here so everyone has a rest.

東福寺開山堂枯山水水

And here is also a checkered pattern. I'm thorough.

東福寺開山堂庭

I barely endure the urge to run around on the sand.

Or the urge to put a golf ball and make a bunker shot is amazing.

東福寺開山堂4

The blue sky of Kaisando licking!

東福寺開山堂楼閣

The front! !!

東福寺開山堂中

The inside of the hall looks like this.

東福寺開山堂道

Turn around and return to Tentori Bridge. Next, head to "Engetsu Bridge", the last of Tofukuji Sanmei Bridge.

Tofukuji Temple
15-778 Honmachi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto
京都市東山区本町15丁目778番地


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