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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Best autumn spots 12 in Kyoto

Many readers have voted for the best autumn spots in a monthly magazine, Gekkan Kyoto on Nov. 2003. The results are the following:

1. Eikan-do (near Nanzenji Temple)
2. Tofukuji
3. Shin-nyoji
4. Arashiyama
5. Takao (Jingo-ji Temple, Kozanji Temple)
6. Jissoin-monzeki
7. Jojakkouji Temple
8. Koto-in, Daitokuji Temple
9. Houkyo-in
10. Nanzenji Temple
11. Koumyoji Temple
12. Sanzenin Temple

Maple leaves usually turn to be red or yellow from the end of October to the middle of November.


  • At 10/31/2007 11:47 AM, Blogger Princess Haiku said…

    It would be great if you posted a few links to your favorite spots. There is a place in Northern Cal Yosemite National Park that is amazing in Autumn.


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