The state of emergency was lifted and the tourist season would resume soon. Looked back on the four seasons of Kyoto before Covid.
Spring in Kyoto, the season of cherry blossoms.
First, "Ouchizan Ninnaji Temple". The head temple of the Omuro sect of Shingon Buddhism. The temple was called "Omuro Imperial Villa" because Emperor Uda used it as his residence after he was ordained as a priest. It was known for its elegant Imperial palace architecture, which still retains the elegance of Imperial Court, and the late blooming Omuro cherry blossoms.
The soil is too clayey to allow for deep rooting, resulting in low-growing cherry trees. The view of symbols of Ninnaji Temple, the five-story pagoda and Omuro cherry blossoms.
In front of the bell tower, weeping cherry trees bloomed as well.
Next, the red weeping cherry trees bloomed in Shinen Garden of Heian Jingu Shrine. The cherry blossoms were breathtakingly beautiful, especially at night when they were illuminated.
"Red Weeping Cherry Trees Concert" at Heian Jingu Shrine was cancelled for 2020 and 2021.
The music performance took place on the stage of Shobikan House in East Shinen Garden.
Fantastic scenery and beautiful music.
"Eishozan Honpoji Temple", the major temple of Nichiren Buddhism.
Somei Yoshino cherry blossoms were in full bloom in front of the main hall.
The next stop was "Kofuzan Honmanji Temple". This major temple of Nichiren Buddhism. The large cherry tree was in full bloom in front of the main hall was beautiful. It is young and powerful, with magnificent branches. It was the sister cherry tree of the famous weeping cherry tree "Gion Weeping Cherry Tree" in Maruyama Park.
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