Kyoto is the garden of Entsuji Temple, which is famous for the views of Mt. Hiei and Iwakura.
The garden of Hataeda Rikyu, the Emperor Emeritus Mimizuo, who built the Shugakuin Rikyu, was originally established.
From Kyoto Station, take the Karasuma Line and get off at "Kokusaikaikan" station.
However, it is about 30 minutes on foot from here. I recommend a taxi.
As you pass through a new residential area, you'll hit an unusually long wall.
Here is Entsuji Temple!
Was there Hataeda Rikyu around here?
"Kaki Ochiha, I'm not stepping on Entsuji Temple". Made by Kyoshi Takahama.
It seems that Kyoshi Takahama stopped by on the way back from Kurama.
Well, honestly, I don't know what's good about this phrase lol.
It means "I arrived at Entsuji Temple by stepping on the fallen leaves of the persimmon tree", right?
That's all, right? why? Where is it good?
A style that sticks to the 575 tone and has a lingering finish. It seems.
Even so, Kyoshi Takahama has left haiku here and there in Kyoto.
For the time being, I was a student at Kyoto University, so I guess I looked around.
Entrance. It's a fairly simple structure like the entrance to a kendo hall.
So, it ’s a garden. It was a little early for the autumn leaves!
I wanted to see the autumn leaves perfectly. I went there on October 25th.
It will be in full bloom after mid-November.
Mt. Hiei is awesome. Perfect scenery. I wonder if Emperor Gomizuo liked the garden.
In the era, Ieyasu Tokugawa, the emperor around Hidetada.
However, despite the fact that his father, Emperor Goyosei, had a good relationship with Hideyoshi, his son, Emperor Goyosei, was quite weak.
I'm stuck in the shogunate. My father hates me because of my weakness. ..
It's all you want to do from the Tokugawa Shogunate, such as "Kinchu narabini Kuge Hodoku" and "Royal Charter Shii Hodoku".
In such a difficult job, I think that talent has blossomed in this direction.
I think it was a break and healing.
A nice garden with zero crowds. .. ..
Haz, the narration of the priest is tough. .. ..
First of all, the sound is quite noisy. And the content is terrible.
"It was good in the old days. This Iwakura area is not a new residential area like it is now, but it is rich in nature.
That was the wonderful view of Mt. Hiei. "
picture? The person who moved into this area was narrated as if he was completely hostile?
Are you sorry? ??
I felt like I couldn't get it. ..
It seems that the autumn leaves are beautiful around here as well.
Surprisingly, I didn't make a pond. Sticky garden style.
To be honest, I don't really recommend it.
It seems that the priest does not want people to come too much.
389 Iwakura Hataedacho
389, Iwakura Hataeda-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto