Azuchi Castle – One Of The Most Famous Castles

The castles of Japan are distinguished by their special architecture. In the city of Azuchi, north of Omi Hachiman (Shiga Prefecture), on the shores of Lake Biwa, there is one of the main castles of Oda Nobunaga, a military leader and the most prominent samurai of Japan, who devoted his life to the unification of …

Hase-dera Temple – A Place You Must Visit

Hase-dera temple This ancient temple was founded in 736. It is sometimes referred to as “Hase Kannon Temple” due to the Kannon statue kept here. Flowers such as hydrangeas, cherries, lilies, clovers, plums, daffodils, etc. grow here. Therefore, the temple is also called “flower temple”. The temple is divided into upper and lower zones. In …

Okunoin Temple – The Cemetery of Thousands

Okunoin is in the eastern part of Koya, surrounded by forest. About a mile and a half long and the site of over 200,000 graves, this is the largest cemetery in Japan. Starting from the Ichi-no-hashi bridge, stone paths lined with trees and lanterns lead through the tombstones leading you to the mausoleum of Kobo …

The Temple of Asakusa

Tokyo is the capital of the incredibly picturesque and picturesque country of Japan. This metropolis is considered one of the most modern cities in the world in terms of infrastructure and architecture. Tokyo’s culture is unique and unique: the numerous theaters, museums, festivals and palaces are just some of what the city is famous for. …

Kinkakuji Temple – The Golden Pavilion

Kinkakuji Temple, also known as the Golden Pavilion, was built in 1397 as the residence of retired shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu and was converted into a Zen Buddhist temple after his death. Kinkakuji, covered with gold embossed ornaments and surrounded by a beautiful Japanese garden, is a wonderful masterpiece from the Muromachi era (14-16 century). Visiting …