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[Extra Edition] Kyoto travel Kinkakuji Area Part 3

[Extra Edition] Kyoto travel Kinkakuji Area Part 3

It is an article of Kyoto travel this time. However, since we have finally stocked the museum material, Kyoto Hen is suspended in this article (because there are still many, I will resume to see the case)

I flew in the last article today.NinnaIs. The reason why I skipped the temple was because it was so wonderful that there were so many things to see and the article was so long that I could introduce it with others.
This Ninji temple is a temple of the Shingon sect Omuro Sect, and Emperor Utai completed it in 888. Then, until the Edo period, imperial princes and imperial grandchildren served as a trail. It seems to have burnt down because of the revolt of the cathedral, and the present one is the thing that the Tokugawa house light rebuilt. In addition, it seems to be famous in the late blooming cherry blossoms “Omuro Sakura” as well as the temple.
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Entrance gate. It is written that it is two kings instead of Ninking Gate. )

(Left): The name is worthy of the king. Un left.
(Right): The right is an alishan. As an aside, the face when a man is born and cries kitties crying one. I have heard that it is un face to tie the mouth when dying. (The truth is unknown W)
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The entrance of the palace to the left immediately after entering the entrance. There was a splendid pine tree which crawled the ground here, too.

Folding screens in the palace. It is a work of the painter of the Kishi sect of the Edo period named Kishi piece (cancer). Nice and good

Fusuma painting in the White Paper academy that went indoors. It seems to be a work of 1937 of Fukunaga Haru. Excuse me for a little bias. The elegance and the boldness coexist and are splendid.

The room next door. The theme is the pine of the Four seasons. It’s just “spectacular” w

The left side of the picture above. Flying birds are exhilarating and free.

This is the right side. The splash of the wave to hit the rock makes you feel a strong movement, but overall I feel the soft elegance of the Japanese style.

Further room next door. It is an interesting composition.

Of course not only Fusuma painting but also the garden is a highlight. South Garden

A panoramic view of the South garden

Passage to The Den (Shin den)
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South Garden seen from the Den Dono

The North Garden to watch from Den Dono. The view here was excellent. You can see the five-storey pagoda over there.
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West side of the North garden

Transom? It is art up to such a place.

In this den, there is a fusuma painting between the upper part, the middle and the lower part, and the original spring drawn in 1913.
On the floor between the upper [Toyama running water] fusuma of spring [cherry blossoms] on the side between the middle of the back of the summer [Aoi Matsuri figure], on the other hand, the four seasons seem to be a theme in the Fusuma between the lower “Mifune of the Great Weir River” in the fall in the winter “Takano Yukiyuki figure (Osaka Katano)”.

The first is the bottom “Takano Yukiyuki (Osaka, Katano)” is gorgeous.

Middle “Mifune of the Daiyan River”

Middle of the Aoi Matsuri figure

The top left is the cherry blossoms. There is “Toyama running water” to the right.

Up in front of the top. It is a splendid peacock. Still, the picture of the Fusuma and the door was just wonderful.

I wonder if this was Reimei-dono. I forgot the author, but this is also bitter.

The principal image of Reimei-Dono is Yakushi-Buddha. There seems to be no Buddhist temple here in the palace.

North Garden seen from the vicinity of Reimei-Dono. I want to take a walk W

Black Shoin. It was like a fusuma painting in each room that was drawn to the impression of Doumoto in 1931. The black Shoin is a bamboo in the back, while the table is between the willow, between the pines, between the autumn grass, between the upper and the four.

Fusuma painting of the black Shoin. This is a pine tree.

I went around the palace like this.

This is a tearoom on the way out of the palace. 500 yen.

This Ninji temple is not only a palace but also a lot of cathedral. It is quite wide.
This is the Imperial gate.

I forgot to take the foreground picture of the central gate for some reason.
(Left): The multi-hearing of the central gate
Right: Central gate
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If you go further, you can see the five-storey pagoda which was seen in the North Garden. It is also Shingon sect to Toji famous in the five-storey pagoda.

Nine major gods are enshrined in the north-east corner of the Quintuple Pagoda, the main shrine and the left. The hole of the Crescent Moon was opened in the Oribe type stone lantern that Oribe Furuta had invented before.

This is the main shrine.

The library is located in the west of Jinjin. It seems that it is included. For some reason, this library is a Zen style architecture.

Kondo of a national treasure. The main hall.

Principal image is Amida three-statue.

Kondo’s left side.

In this interior, there was a Goeidou that further took the place of Hiroshidaishi, and over 88 of the Omuro (approximately 2 hours course). I did not do in the room 88.

Dō It was not seen though there seemed to be a thousand eyes of the sight-seeing Bodhisattva and the twenty-eighth part crowd here.

View of the entrance direction from around the central gate. There was really a lot to highlight.

So, it was a very fulfilling temple. It was a very high level of satisfaction in Kyoto. There seems to be some accommodations here, and there is a special place to be seen when you are staying and attending your work. Please come and visit us when you are on your feet in Kyoto.
Well, Kyoto travel will return to the museum Neta on the main line return from the next half w this in this, I think I will resume the article in Kyoto next week.

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