Appreciate Autumn colors in the Tenju-an Temple
Tenju-an is a sub-temple of Nanzen Ji. It’s a great place if you want to escape the crowds for a while. There’s a small entrance fee, but I believe it’s worth it especially in Fall when you can observe the magic of the Autumn foliage. You’ll find a beautiful pond around which there’s a carefully landscaped zen garden. You’ll be surrounded by the romantic red, yellow and green color everywhere. Just follow the stepstones path to discover the pretty corners of the garden. And be patient to wait, sometimes small groups can obstruct the way, but they leave soon because they’re on a busy schedule. When we entered the temple we saw many Asian wearing kimonos and taking pictures, I must say they looked amazing. I think next time I’ll do the same and take pictures in the hidden corners of the Tenju-an temple.
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