Traveling is both escape and search to see what there is to see; to live in another’s world. And sometimes – when we are lucky – to understand exactly what the human being is capable of. The Golden Temple in Kyoto shows us human potential. Kinkaku-ji is one of the transcendental places on the planet; where the bar for your understanding of human capability… Read More
We know eventually one gets “templed-out” in Kyoto, Japan; so we recommend to head to Tenryū-ji temple kyoto earlier in your stay. Its beautiful elements are beset seen before teh over the top Golden Temple at Kinkaku-ji or the sheer scale of Kyomizu Dera!
The Ninna-ji Temple in Kyoto was originally built in the year 886-888 by Emperors Kōkō and Uda as the head temple of the Omuro School of the Shingon sect of Buddhism. However, none of the buildings from the temple’s foundation in the 9th century still survive. The oldest buildings date back to the beginning of the Edo Period in the early 1600s. The Kannon Hall, the Niomon… Read More