Kyoto is a treasure trove of autumn leaves in the Arashiyama and Saga areas. There are many super famous places such as Jojakkoji Temple and Giouji Temple (you can see the pictures even if you don't know the name). This time, I will introduce the autumn leaves spots that are not famous nationwide, but are famous among Kyoto people.
Its name is Hokyoin. There is also Hogon-in Temple nearby, which is also famous as a spot for autumn leaves. It's complicated, but this one is a little minor. From the front door, go directly to the garden from a place that looks like a side door. Then, how about a wonderful garden in front of you? It's not a stone garden, but a garden or a forest-like landscape. It's a forest of autumn leaves.
It's a forest, but it's in good condition. This is really Kyoto. I wonder if the gardener is different. Kyoto is. I feel like a treasure trove of talented gardeners.
It looks like autumn leaves are growing properly, and I feel like it's been calculated. Mostly, the autumn leaves themselves are trees made by humans for ornamental purposes.
It feels like being wrapped in trees. The fun of going through the tunnel of autumn leaves. It's exciting to walk on a narrow cobblestone road. People don't even think about it. By the way, the HP here contains the best time to see the data for the past 20 years. it's amazing. So, on average, the best time is from November 26th to December 4th. It is recommended for those who have gone through all the famous autumn leaves in Kyoto. Hokyoin 9-1 Minami Chuincho, Sagashakado Monzen, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture9-1 Minamichuincho, Sagashakado Monzen, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture