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ileftmyheartintokyo: “ momiji ‘14 - autumn foliage #12 (Konpuku-ji temple, Kyoto) by Marser on Flickr. ”

ileftmyheartintokyo: “ momiji ‘14 - autumn foliage #12 (Konpuku-ji temple, Kyoto) by Marser on Flickr. ”

No.130 at Kobaiin, Daitokuji, Kyoto, Japan This is a path into tea house. Rich greenery and rustic gate help inviting us to the realm of tranquility smoothly even in the hustle and bustle of urban city.

at Kobaiin, Daitokuji, Kyoto, Japan This is a path into tea house. Rich greenery and rustic gate help inviting us to the realm of tranquility smoothly even in the hustle and bustle of urban city.

Back in #kyoto #kodaiji #japan

Back in #kyoto #kodaiji #japan

View the world from a new perspective and you'll never go back #ANewPerspective #ANewWorld

View the world from a new perspective and you'll never go back #ANewPerspective #ANewWorld

In 1582, Toyotomi Hideyoshi buried his predecessor, Oda Nobunaga, at Daitoku-ji. He also contributed land and built the Sōken-in. Around this period in history, Daitoku-ji became closely linked to the master of the Japanese tea ceremony, Sen no Rikyū, and consequently to the realm of the Japanese tea ceremony. After the era of Sen no Rikyū, another famous figure in the history of the Japanese tea ceremony who left his mark at this temple was Kobori Enshū.

In 1582, Toyotomi Hideyoshi buried his predecessor, Oda Nobunaga, at Daitoku-ji. He also contributed land and built the Sōken-in. Around this period in history, Daitoku-ji became closely linked to the master of the Japanese tea ceremony, Sen no Rikyū, and consequently to the realm of the Japanese tea ceremony. After the era of Sen no Rikyū, another famous figure in the history of the Japanese tea ceremony who left his mark at this temple was Kobori Enshū.

Organic paving #katsuraimperialvilla #kyoto #japan #landscapearchitecture…

Organic paving #katsuraimperialvilla #kyoto #japan #landscapearchitecture…

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