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Tea ceremony (Daijyo-ji Temple)

Art, Culture & HistoryDay Trips Around KinosakiBeyondMikata

Experience a simple tea ceremony. If you don’t care for powdered green tea (matcha), it’s okay to try green leaf tea (sencha) instead. Please feel free to come and join us.

Yabu Jinjya Shrine

Art, Culture & HistoryDay Trips Around KinosakiBeyondYabu

The beautiful vermilion bridge amongst the autumn leaves is a stunning sight you can't pass up. Yabu Shrine is "Tajima no kuni sangu; Shikinaisha (Myojintaisha)" and it is called, "yabu no myojin-san." This shrine patronizes the……

Takeda Castle Ruins

Art, Culture & HistoryDay Trips Around KinosakiBeyondAsago

Discover the castle in the sky, and witness a miraculous autumn sight. "Takeda-jo-seki (Takeda Castle Ruins)" is the nationally well-known castle ruins located atop a mountain. It is well known as "Japan's Machu Picchu" and the ……

Ikuno Ginzan

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Experience the romance and history of this 1200 year old silver mine. Here is one of Japan's best-known mines with a history of 1200 years. It was said that Silver had been mined in such an abundance that it seemed the earth was……

Daijyo-ji Temple

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With beautiful paintings on the sliding doors, the entire temple is like a museum. There are 168 nationally important cultural properties, including 165 wall paintings by Ohkyo Maruyama and his disciples, a statue of the eleven-……

Sukyoji Temple

Art, Culture & HistoryDay Trips Around KinosakiIzushi

This zen temple was built in 1392. This was the family temple where the family of Izushi Castle had worshipped for generations. Here the Buddhist monk Takuan Soho created his namesake pickled daikon radish ("takuan"), now popula……

Izushi Kabuki Theatre

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Built in 1901, this is the oldest Kabuki theatre in the Kansai region. It is the oldest Kabuki theatre building in Japan that is still standing in the same place it was built. After being closed in 1964, this Kabuki theatre was ……

Izushi Castle Town

Art, Culture & HistoryDay Trips Around KinosakiIzushi

Izushi is a castle town that flourished during the Edo era, about 200-300 years ago. There are several fine displays of traditional architecture found throughout the town, which is why Izushi is designated as a national preservati……

Ankokuji Temple

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Ankokuji is a Zen Buddhist temple with a known history dating back as far as 1345. It is a Zen Buddhist temple, part of the Haitoku-ji branch of the Rinzai School, which is one of the three Zen sects of Buddhism in Japan. The temp……

Takano Jinja Shrine

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This shrine has the“Kikunogomon” or Imperial chrysanthemum emblem showing its venerated status and connection to the emperor. There is also another emblem, “Toukamon”, which is the emblem of a specific family. The temple's main ……

Mitsumasa Anno Art Museum

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At this museum, you can visit an exhibition of soft, delicate watercolor paintings of landscapes and scenery from around the world. The building was designed by world-renowned architect, Tadao Andou. You can also find the studio……

Heiji Jizo (Stone Statue of Standing Jizo Bosatsu)

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Heiji Jizo is the largest stone Jizo (a guardian deity of children & travelers) in Kyoto Prefecture, with a height of 5.3 meters, including the platform. In 1833, a monk collected donations for the temple to erect this statue.……