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다음주면 1년만에
다시 후쿠오카로
fukuoka (2018)
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    다음주면 1년만에
    다시 후쿠오카로
    fukuoka (2018)
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  • 1,224 7 6 hours ago
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이제 2시간뒤면 한국행 비행기
서울 히사시부리 🤟🏻
osaka (2019)
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    이제 2시간뒤면 한국행 비행기
    서울 히사시부리 🤟🏻
    osaka (2019)
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  • 1,814 33 29 April, 2019

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인스타그램의 노출도를 올리고 싶어서
이것저것 실험중인데
알고리즘 파악이 너무 어렵네요
일단 내 사진이 안먹히는게 함정 👀
osaka (2017)
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    인스타그램의 노출도를 올리고 싶어서
    이것저것 실험중인데
    알고리즘 파악이 너무 어렵네요
    일단 내 사진이 안먹히는게 함정 👀
    osaka (2017)
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  • 1,411 18 20 hours ago
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간만에 아무런 스케줄도 없는 휴일
늦잠자며 딩굴딩굴하고
좋아하는 카페도 좀 다녀와야지
그리고 대청소도, 비야 그만 와랏 😢
osaka (2018)
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    간만에 아무런 스케줄도 없는 휴일
    늦잠자며 딩굴딩굴하고
    좋아하는 카페도 좀 다녀와야지
    그리고 대청소도, 비야 그만 와랏 😢
    osaka (2018)
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  • 1,681 27 26 April, 2019
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오늘로 10일간의 골든 위크는 끝 !
이제 일상복귀를 해야하는데
벌써부터 출근할 걱정 가득이네요
seoul (2019)
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    오늘로 10일간의 골든 위크는 끝 !
    이제 일상복귀를 해야하는데
    벌써부터 출근할 걱정 가득이네요
    seoul (2019)
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  • 1,575 26 5 May, 2019
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한국에서 일주일간 잘먹고 잘쉬다가
무사히 오사카로 복귀했습니다
당분간은 서울에서 작업했던 사진들도
함께 올라올 것 같아요
우리에게 이국적이지 않고 
오히려 너무 익숙해서 지루할 수 있는 서울에서
훌륭한 사진들을 담아내시는 분들께
다시 한번 존경을 표합니다
전 오사카가 익숙해서 좋으네요
서울 넘나 어렵...
너무 만나고 싶었던 경희씨덕에
그 날의 분위기 가득 담은 사진을 얻었어요
seoul (2019)
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    한국에서 일주일간 잘먹고 잘쉬다가
    무사히 오사카로 복귀했습니다
    당분간은 서울에서 작업했던 사진들도
    함께 올라올 것 같아요
    우리에게 이국적이지 않고
    오히려 너무 익숙해서 지루할 수 있는 서울에서
    훌륭한 사진들을 담아내시는 분들께
    다시 한번 존경을 표합니다
    전 오사카가 익숙해서 좋으네요
    서울 넘나 어렵...
    너무 만나고 싶었던 경희씨덕에
    그 날의 분위기 가득 담은 사진을 얻었어요
    seoul (2019)
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  • 1,716 39 5 May, 2019

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다음주면 1년만에
다시 후쿠오카로
fukuoka (2018)
ordinaryosaka.com
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    다음주면 1년만에
    다시 후쿠오카로
    fukuoka (2018)
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  • 1,224 7 6 hours ago

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생각보다 인스타에서는 저에 대한 이야기를 
많이 안했더라구요
스토리에 올린 TMI에 대해
이것저것 질문해주시고 공감해주셔서
감사합니다 
okinawa (2018)
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    생각보다 인스타에서는 저에 대한 이야기를
    많이 안했더라구요
    스토리에 올린 TMI에 대해
    이것저것 질문해주시고 공감해주셔서
    감사합니다
    okinawa (2018)
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  • 1,718 28 22 May, 2019

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밤사이 억수같은 비가 내렸고
아침 출근길이 촉촉해졌다
내렸던 비가 더운 열기와 만나
습한 기운과 비릿한 비 냄새가 난다
이제 여름이 왔다
tokyo (2018)
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    밤사이 억수같은 비가 내렸고
    아침 출근길이 촉촉해졌다
    내렸던 비가 더운 열기와 만나
    습한 기운과 비릿한 비 냄새가 난다
    이제 여름이 왔다
    tokyo (2018)
    ordinaryosaka.com
  • 2,346 27 20 May, 2019
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本  #vsco#vscophile #vscocam #travelgram#instatravel#日本#東京カメラ部#japan#bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan#visitjapan#天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan#関西#streetphotography  #citylife#ig_osaka#kyoto #architecture#自然#urbanscape#cityscape#嵐山#nature#大阪#大阪カメラ部#japan_of_insta#tenryuji
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

    Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本 #vsco #vscophile #vscocam #travelgram #instatravel #日本 #東京カメラ部 #japan #bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan #visitjapan #天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan #関西 #streetphotography #citylife #ig_osaka #kyoto #architecture #自然 #urbanscape #cityscape #嵐山 #nature #大阪 #大阪カメラ部 #japan_of_insta #tenryuji
  • 37 0 20 May, 2019
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本  #vsco#vscophile #vscocam #travelgram#instatravel#日本#東京カメラ部#japan#bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan#visitjapan#天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan#関西#streetphotography  #citylife#ig_osaka#kyoto #architecture#自然#urbanscape#cityscape#嵐山#nature#大阪#大阪カメラ部#japan_of_insta#tenryuji
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

    Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本 #vsco #vscophile #vscocam #travelgram #instatravel #日本 #東京カメラ部 #japan #bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan #visitjapan #天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan #関西 #streetphotography #citylife #ig_osaka #kyoto #architecture #自然 #urbanscape #cityscape #嵐山 #nature #大阪 #大阪カメラ部 #japan_of_insta #tenryuji
  • 37 0 20 May, 2019
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本  #vsco#vscophile #vscocam #travelgram#instatravel#日本#東京カメラ部#japan#bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan#visitjapan#天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan#関西#streetphotography  #citylife#ig_osaka#kyoto #architecture#自然#urbanscape#cityscape#嵐山#nature#大阪#大阪カメラ部#japan_of_insta#tenryuji
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

    Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本 #vsco #vscophile #vscocam #travelgram #instatravel #日本 #東京カメラ部 #japan #bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan #visitjapan #天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan #関西 #streetphotography #citylife #ig_osaka #kyoto #architecture #自然 #urbanscape #cityscape #嵐山 #nature #大阪 #大阪カメラ部 #japan_of_insta #tenryuji
  • 32 0 20 May, 2019
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本  #vsco#vscophile #vscocam #travelgram#instatravel#日本#東京カメラ部#japan#bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan#visitjapan#天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan#関西#streetphotography  #citylife#ig_osaka#kyoto #architecture#自然#urbanscape#cityscape#嵐山#nature#大阪#大阪カメラ部#japan_of_insta#tenryuji
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

    Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本 #vsco #vscophile #vscocam #travelgram #instatravel #日本 #東京カメラ部 #japan #bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan #visitjapan #天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan #関西 #streetphotography #citylife #ig_osaka #kyoto #architecture #自然 #urbanscape #cityscape #嵐山 #nature #大阪 #大阪カメラ部 #japan_of_insta #tenryuji
  • 40 2 20 May, 2019
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本  #vsco#vscophile #vscocam #travelgram#instatravel#日本#東京カメラ部#japan#bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan#visitjapan#天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan#関西#streetphotography  #citylife#ig_osaka#kyoto #architecture#自然#urbanscape#cityscape#嵐山#nature#大阪#大阪カメラ部#japan_of_insta#tenryuji
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

    Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本 #vsco #vscophile #vscocam #travelgram #instatravel #日本 #東京カメラ部 #japan #bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan #visitjapan #天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan #関西 #streetphotography #citylife #ig_osaka #kyoto #architecture #自然 #urbanscape #cityscape #嵐山 #nature #大阪 #大阪カメラ部 #japan_of_insta #tenryuji
  • 34 0 20 May, 2019
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本  #vsco#vscophile #vscocam #travelgram#instatravel#日本#東京カメラ部#japan#bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan#visitjapan#天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan#関西#streetphotography  #citylife#ig_osaka#kyoto #architecture#自然#urbanscape#cityscape#嵐山#nature#大阪#大阪カメラ部#japan_of_insta#tenryuji
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

    Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本 #vsco #vscophile #vscocam #travelgram #instatravel #日本 #東京カメラ部 #japan #bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan #visitjapan #天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan #関西 #streetphotography #citylife #ig_osaka #kyoto #architecture #自然 #urbanscape #cityscape #嵐山 #nature #大阪 #大阪カメラ部 #japan_of_insta #tenryuji
  • 28 0 20 May, 2019
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本  #vsco#vscophile #vscocam #travelgram#instatravel#日本#東京カメラ部#japan#bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan#visitjapan#天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan#関西#streetphotography  #citylife#ig_osaka#kyoto #architecture#自然#urbanscape#cityscape#嵐山#nature#大阪#大阪カメラ部#japan_of_insta#tenryuji
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

    Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本 #vsco #vscophile #vscocam #travelgram #instatravel #日本 #東京カメラ部 #japan #bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan #visitjapan #天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan #関西 #streetphotography #citylife #ig_osaka #kyoto #architecture #自然 #urbanscape #cityscape #嵐山 #nature #大阪 #大阪カメラ部 #japan_of_insta #tenryuji
  • 37 2 20 May, 2019
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本  #vsco#vscophile #vscocam #travelgram#instatravel#日本#東京カメラ部#japan#bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan#visitjapan#天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan#関西#streetphotography  #citylife#ig_osaka#kyoto #architecture#自然#urbanscape#cityscape#嵐山#nature#大阪#大阪カメラ部#japan_of_insta#tenryuji
  • Tenryuji’s Garden: Tenryuji (天龍寺, Tenryūji) is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

    Tenryuji was built in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji. Takauji dedicated the temple to Emperor Go-Daigo, who had just passed away. The two important historic figures used to be allies until Takauji turned against the emperor in a struggle for supremacy over Japan. By building the temple, Takauji intended to appease the former emperor's spirits. Tenryuji's buildings, were repeatedly lost in fires and wars over the centuries, and most of the current halls, including the main hall (Hojo), drawing hall (Shoin) and temple kitchen (Kuri) with its distinctive small tower, date from the relatively recent Meiji Period (1868-1912). Unlike the temple buildings, Tenryuji's garden survived the centuries in its original form. Created by the famous garden designer Muso Soseki, who also designed the gardens of Kokedera and other important temples, the beautiful landscape garden features a central pond surrounded by rocks, pine trees and the forested Arashiyama mountains. Muso Soseki also served as Tenryuji's first head priest. 嵐山 京都 日本 #vsco #vscophile #vscocam #travelgram #instatravel #日本 #東京カメラ部 #japan #bambooforest #京都 #discoverjapan #visitjapan #天龍寺 #arashiyama #ig_japan #関西 #streetphotography #citylife #ig_osaka #kyoto #architecture #自然 #urbanscape #cityscape #嵐山 #nature #大阪 #大阪カメラ部 #japan_of_insta #tenryuji
  • 19 0 20 May, 2019
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