Kyoto Cherry Blossom Walk with Local Guide on the 12th of April



Cherry Blossom! The symbol of Japanese spring. "Hanami"(cherry blossom seeing) is an event Japanese love, and on the 12th of April, when the blossoms are in full bloom, we are delighted to being able to invite you for "Hanami in Kyoto"! What we'll do We will walk the path of philosophy - Tetsugaku-no-michi, visit Ginkaku-ji Temple and gardens, eat special Japanese sweets and tea in the beautiful Japanese garden. <Highlights:> ・Walk on romantic cherry blossom tunnel with petals dancing ・Eat special Japanese sweets and tea in the beautiful Japanese garden ・Stray off the beaten path to experience the real Kyoto, Japan 【Date and Time】 April 12, 2019 (Fri), 1:30 pm- 4:30 pm (3hours) 【The meeting place】Ginkaku-ji(Silver Pavilion) : 2 Ginkakuji-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City 1:20 pm 【Course】Ginkaku-ji Temple(Silver Pavilion)⇒Tetsugaku-no-michi Street(The path of philosophy)⇒Japanese garden cafe 【Participants】 15 max 【Fee】 3,000 JPY *including Japanese sweets and tea 【What to bring】Comfortable shoes suitable for walking 【Contact】 Tadahito Shirogai (, evawat 【Itinerary】 1:20 pm - Gather at Ginkaku-ji Temple(Silver Pavilion) 1:30 pm - Tour Orientation 1:40 pm - Enter Ginkaku-ji Temple(Silver Pavilion) 2:30 pm - Through Tetsugaku-no-michi Street(The path of philosophy) 3:30 pm - Eat Japanese sweets and tea 4:30 pm - where the tour ends <Spot:> ** Ginkaku-ji Temple(Silver Temple) Jisho-ji Temple is better known as Ginkaku-ji (Temple of the Silver Pavilion), a temple belonging to the Buddhist Shokoku School of the Rinzai Zen sect. Ginkaku-ji Temple (The Silver Pavilion) is an elegant temple set in beautiful grounds at the foot of Kyoto's eastern mountains. Its grounds are an outstanding example of Japanese landscape architecture. Whether one is sitting on the landing beside the unique sand garden with its 2-metre silver cone, or walking the trail and catching glimpses of the Pavilion from different vantage points, one is constantly aware of the lovely details which move the heart. Originally designed as a retirement villa for the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa (1436-1490) in the Muromachi Period (1338 - 1573), Ginkaku-ji Temple was modeled on its sister temple Kinkaku-ji Temple (the Golden Pavilion). Yet Ginkaku-ji Temple was never plated with silver, and the main temple building remains an unpainted brown--and in its way, exemplifies the Japanese idea that something plain can be beautiful. ** Tetsugaku-no-michi Street(The path of philosophy) The Philosopher's Walk is a pleasant stroll path that runs alongside a canal in the shadow of the eastern mountains between Ginkaku-ji Temple (the Silver Pavilion) and the Nyakuoji Bridge. It passes very close to Anraku-ji Temple and Honen-in Temple, two quiet and picturesque temples that are less visited than Ginkaku-ji Temple. The Walk is renowned across Japan for its beautiful spring cherry blossoms, which overhang the path like a canopy. The path was a favorite place for several well-known figures, including the famous philosopher Nishida Kitaro. <Additional Information and Disclaimer> 1. No recruiting、solicitating to events, nor inviting religious groups without prior notification or permission. 2. We have the right to deny the participation of those that do not follow rules or take inappropriate behavior. 3. We cannot guarantee nor compensate for any personal belonging that are broken or lost during the event. 4. Please be kindly informed that we may use pictures that were taken during the event on our homepage, SNS (i.e. Facebook), and advertisements. If you do not want your picture to be used, please notify a staff member. Thank you. 5. We will not disclose any personal information to a third party without the consent of that person. 6. Maximum number of participants is 15. Registration is first come first served basis.


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