Walk through a beautiful Japanese gardens
• Walk through the beautiful Japanese gardens
In landscape design and architecture of the Japanese style has a special place. Pronesonny through many centuries and even millennia, it is a very wise and somewhat mysterious.
Aoi-den and Kasuy-ene
These two gardens are free to visit and is located in the Westin hotel in Kyoto. They were designed and built by the Japanese master Jeeha Ogawa and his son Hakuyo.
through the old mountain gate in Japan can get to the Chion-in temple and garden, which was built originally in 1234.
Engakudzi - memorial to those who lost their lives during the Mongol invasions (1274, 1281g.), As well as part of the mountain system Kamakura Zen temple, and consists of 18 temples and extensive gardens.
Built in 1629 for the former emperor, Enttsudzi been carefully landscaped, and there reigns an idyllic atmosphere.
the quintessential quiet garden at a temple in Kyoto Giodzi teach you to know the "Zen" for about $ 4.
The main purpose of the garden, in which you wander, - the place of traditional Japanese weddings.
One of the oldest temples and gardens in Region Kamakura Hasedera, as they say, was built around the year 736.
The sub-temple of Kyoto Shorin-in Hosen-in Temple is made of blood-stained planks of Fushimi Castle (which was presented as part of the memorial), and is immersed in the lush green gardens.
A small church with a lot of heritage, Jizo-in Kyoto was built in 1367 and has since been rebuilt several times.
With the newly renovated tea house Dzomayo-ji is a great place to take a rest on the nature, being in Kamakura, and is the fifth of the five temples, which was supervised by the Kanto region.
Located in Kyoto, jōruri-ji temple was built about 1047. Pond in the center of the temple was established more than a century later.
Located on Kyoto Kaji-ji Temple is the center of Shingon Buddhism, and was founded in 900 by the then Emperor Daigo.
In the oldest Buddhist temple in Kyoto Kennin-ji Temple two gardens is located.
Previously owned by the founder of Mitsubishi, Kiesumi Garden Fukugava (Tokyo) is spread over an area of more than 8 hectares.