Cuddling Jizo statues at Ohara Sanzen-in temple, Kyoto, Japan

BUDDHA~Cuddling Jizo statues at Ohara Sanzen-in temple, Kyoto, Japan

京都大原三千院、 わらべ地蔵。

Green: Moss garden and Jizo (stone statue), Sanzen-in Temple, Kyoto, Japan

Kinkakuji 金閣寺 - Kyoto

Kinkaku-ji Temple - The "Golden Pavillion" is one of Kyoto's best-known attractions, and is listed on the UNESCO World Culture Heritage list. Kinkakuji was originally built in 1397 as a villa for Ashikaga Yoshimitsu

京都 西芳寺(苔寺)/Saiho-ji temple Kyoto, moss garden

Moss Bridge - Saiho-ji Temple Kyoto, Japan Known as Kokedera, or the Moss Temple, Saiho-ji is home to one of Kyoto’s most famous tourist attractions, the moss garden. Over 120 types of moss cover the garden grounds.

Ginkaku-ji. 銀閣寺 Kyoto

Ginkaku-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan Open daily - Admission is from Kyoto Station by bus numbers 17 and Get off at the Ginkaku-ji Michi bus stop. by foot along the Philosopher's Path from Nanzenji in about minutes

金閣寺/Kinkaku-ji, Kyoto

"Temple of the Golden Pavilion"), officially named Rokuon-ji (鹿苑寺. "Deer Garden Temple"), Kyoto, Japan (by Zachary Voo)

Mossy Chozu-bachi of Daitoku-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan - Chozu-bachi 手水鉢 is a vessel originally designed to keep water for rinsing one’s mouth and cleansing one’s body before entering the sacred precincts of a Shinto shrine or a Buddhist temple in Japan.

Madeleine Elliott concept studio Stockholm New York Los Angeles Daitoku-ji Temple, Koto-in, 高桐院, Zen Garden, Kyoto

kofukuji temple, Japan

photo of pagoda of Tō-ji with background moon. Photo by Shibazo. Tō-ji (東寺 Tō-ji) is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect in Kyoto, Japan. Its name means East Temple

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