Hiyoshi Taisha

Hiyoshi Taisha ulasan, Otsu

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190 ulasan
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31
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gehararigo
Tokyo329 kontribusi
Good starter before going to the Hieisan-Enryakuji
Mei 2016 • Pasangan
This shrine locates at the foot of the mountain which accommodates the Enryakuji.
We stopped by on our way and find it very relaxing but sorry to say that the Enryakuji overwhelmed us. But I was told that this shrine is very old and prestigious.
Ditulis pada 5 Mei 2016
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Erik T
Rusutsu-mura, Jepang265 kontribusi
You will like especially if you are not bored of shrines
Mar 2016 • Sendiri
I didn't plan to visit this place but I walked along it and I had some spare time to spend. It was on the 5th day of my Kyoto trip so I got a bit bored by the temples and shrines but overall, it was not a bad decision to see this. The 300yen entrance fee is reasonable, same good quality buildings as everywhere and its well surrounded by nature.
Ditulis pada 27 Maret 2016
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shigagaijin
Otsu, Jepang6 kontribusi
Waterfalls
Nov 2015 • Sendiri
The temple grounds are very large , forest kind of area , no amazing things , Just near the entrance there are 3 stone bridges and a rather large leaning pine tree...but if you go in Autumn it is lit up and they have Taiko ( Japanese drum ) 20 or so drummers pounding away for an hour or so . If you are in for something to eat you can also have soba,( buck wheat noodles ) just go past the main temple hall ,to the left there is a small path leading into the forest to a bridge over a stream, you will see a soba restaurant ( that is too fine a word for it and never look into the kitchen ! ) but it is next to a waterfall so it has some charm ...about 800 yen , chicken( tori niku ) fish ( Nishin ) tofu ( Kitsune ) hot soba ./ Zaru soba ..cold . Kind of old , a bit run down...and have never seen another customer there I live here so I often take my guests ) but sitting next to the waterfall having something to eat and drink does add to the experience of the ..not so beautiful temple complex
Ditulis pada 24 Maret 2016
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Emily L
Oxford, MI173 kontribusi
Ok, not quite worth the entrance fee...
Sep 2015 • Pasangan
This collection of shrines is OK. The buildings are very old and all the paint is peeling or faded. The grounds are very natural, so no gardens or anything to enjoy. There's a structure up on the mountainside but getting there looks terrifying so I skipped it! And they have two sad, lonely monkeys in a small cage.... It'll break your heart. All in all, very average for Japan. I wouldn't go there again.
Ditulis pada 29 September 2015
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biwakocat
Otsu, Jepang156 kontribusi
Sanno Matsuri (festival)
Every April 12th, rain or shine, the local faithful gather for this festival. In the evening, two massive palanquins (& flanked by torch-bearers) are carried by dozens of men from the top of the mountain to inside the shrine. Get there early for the best view. Stay out of the way because it can be dangerous. I think it's one of the few festivals where "mikoshi" are carried at night.
Ditulis pada 2 Mei 2015
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Glen W
Wurzburg, Jerman16 kontribusi
Vermillion and gold in the woods above Lake Biwa
Mar 2015 • Pasangan
The ancient Shinto gods of Japan love to reside on forested hillsides where springs run clear. This is one of the oldest (8th century, rebuilt in the 17th) and most beautiful of them all, at the foot of Mt. Hiei on Lake Biwa in Otsu, a few minutes by train from overcrowded Kyoto. National Treasure structures in a setting like paradise. Words fail; just go, please. Even the walk up the hill from the station, a gravel path bordered by a rushing spring on one side and a series of small temples and priestly residences on the other is a thrill.
Ditulis pada 9 Maret 2015
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