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For those who had missed the autumn leaves of the “Kyoto Ohara Sanzenin” – autumn leaves photo studio

Spring is hazy weather in spring of plum and cherry blossoms, in summer it is moss and green of the balmy breeze, autumn is the brocade of fields and mountains, winter is covered with snow in the heavy snow of the day decorating the hospital “Kyoto Ohara Sanzen”. Among them, likely in autumn, tourists to enjoy the maple hunting the camera in one hand visit many. But, now another winter. To those who missed a superb view Yosoou the garden, deliver the views of the “three thousand Yuan” in the autumn leaves midst.


Kyoto Ohara thousand homes
homes: Kyoto Prefecture Sakyo District hospital cho 540 original Ying Bai Sightseeing time: 3 Month – December 7 8: 30-17: 00 (closed 17:30) December 8 – February 9: 00-16: 30 (closed 17:00)
Bai sightseeing material general: 700 yen (Tuan body 30 above 600 yen), high school students college students · 400 yen (Tuan body 30 above 300 yen), pupils 150 yen
closed round

“Text, Photo: Naoyuki Nakagawa”

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