Visiting & Exploration, Culture & Experiences,Lake South[Fall Leaves Information] Zensuiji Temple

[Fall Leaves Information] Zensuiji Temple

Zensuiji Temple is surrounded by nature in the middle of Mt. Iwanesan, allowing you to enjoy clear and fresh mountain air!

As one would expect from a spot famous for fall foliage, incredibly beautiful crimson leaves decorate the temple grounds. Many visitors take a tour of the three mountains of Konan in order to see these incredible colors!

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The solid main temple is a designated National Treasure, and contains a large selection of wonderful Buddhist statues from the Tempyo period (710-794) through to the Heian period (794 - 1185).

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There is also a traditional Japanese garden at the side of the main temple, with unique placement of stones and trees perfectly representing the ancient "wabi-sabi" aesthetic sense in Japanese art that emphasizes quiet simplicity!

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The spiritual water that wells up here is said to have healed the sickness of Emperor Kanmu, and is even reflected in the Japanese name of the temple!

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How about taking in wonderful crimson leaves in a place of water with mysterious powers?

Spot Name
Zensuiji Temple Tour of the Three Mountains of Konan
Period
November 13 (Sun) - November 30 (Wed) 2016
Admission Times
9:00~16:00
Admission Fee
Adults 500 yen, Junior High School Students 300 yen, Elementary School Students Free (when accompanied by an adult)
Shuttle Bus information
http://www.burari-konan.jp/