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2nd time visiting Kiyomizudera but it was still amazing! I genuinely enjoy visiting Kyoto and 50% of its reason is Kiyomizudera. It wasn't so crowded when I went there 3 years ago, but this time sadly it really was 😂 But it was still so beautiful with the perfect weather and I could not ask for more. If you are visiting there, don't forget to go inside the temple taking off your shoes, then make a bow and pray for your wish. Who knows? It might come true soon 💕
The Jishu Jinja Shrine located inside the Kiyomizu-dera Temple at Kyoto, Japan. It is very famous for those people praying to find their match-mate and having love problems. The famous two love rocks that believe that when you walk from the location of the first rock going to the other rock having your eyes close, your wish will be granted! But No cheating! Great experience.
The correct opening method of the cherry blossom season in Kyoto, not only the younger sister wearing a kimono is very beautiful, the younger brother wearing a kimono is also handsome.
There is a joke that says to travel in Kyoto, but 99% of you who wear kimonos are Chinese. This ratio may be too exaggerated, but it also shows that tourists like Japanese kimonos, especially the younger sister, wearing a kimono to take pictures is absolutely beautiful.
It is estimated that people who go to Japan for the first time will ask where the kimono is rented. Is it expensive?
In Kyoto Kiyomizu-dera Temple, you can see a lot of kimono rental shops along the street, but the kimono rental fee here is a little expensive, mostly in hours, about 5,000 yen per hour, equivalent to about 300 yuan, for wanting to shoot For the younger brother of Meimeis photo, an hour is not enough. Fortunately, I found a Raiders on the tour before I left. There is a kimono shop close to Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Kyoto Sakura Kimono, which is cheaper and more cost-effective.
Address: 432-13, No. 4, Kita-eki, Higashiyama, Higashiyama, Kyoto, with flyover
traffic: Enter Kyoto cherry kimono on Google Maps.
Departure from Kyoto Station, such as taking bus No. 206, 207, 100, and getting off at 300 meters.
Keihan Main Line: Clear water five exit 4, after going out, go 500 meters, you can go to the store.
TIPS: It is recommended to rent a kimono in the morning and try to avoid the peak of noon.
"Following Conan-Kyoto-Kiyomizu-ji Temple"
Kiyomizu-dera Temple is located on the mountainside of Tonoyama Mountain in the eastern part of Kyoto. It was built in 778 and is the oldest temple in Kyoto. It was burned and rebuilt several times before it was listed in the world in 1994. Cultural heritage list.
The clear water stage suspended in front of the hall is a Japanese national treasure-level cultural relic. Surrounded by green trees, it is one of Kyoto's cherry blossoms in the spring. It is a refreshing place in Kyoto in autumn. Of course, in the Kiyomizu-dera Temple, the fire is more fond of the landlord shrine. The landlord shrine is a shrine located in the Higashiyama area of Kyoto. It is a world cultural heritage. The history is earlier than the Kiyomizu-dera Temple. The main sacrifice is the great king. It is the only shrine in Japan that prays for love. See this stone wood! Come here from this stone, go straight with your eyes closed, if you can touch the corresponding stone then your wish or the person you like! It should be with you! Haha~ friends who come can try, I watched a lot of girls go.
This is also a Conan fan! The cover color picture of "Detective Conan" comics 1000 words "Red School Travel Articles", the background of the new one and Xiaolan is the Qingshui Temple in the autumn maple period. As early as in the 7th theatrical version of "The Crossroads of the Labyrinth", at the beginning of the film, the first love of the service department and the leaf sang the handball under the cherry tree, this song is the famous Kyoto children's song "Maru Bamboo" . The lyrics connect all the street names in Kyoto from north to south. At the beginning, the audience's thoughts are brought to Kyoto, where the cherry blossoms bloom.