Oct/1 - Dec/20, 2020 Autumn Leaves in Ruriko-in Temple

Sightseeing information about Oct/1 - Dec/20, 2020 Autumn Leaves in Ruriko-in Temple in Japan.

Oct/1 - Dec/20, 2020 Autumn Leaves in Ruriko-in Temple4.0

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 from 10/1 '20 to 12/20 '20


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Rurikoin Temple is located in Yase area of Kyoto, and it exhibits only twice a year, in spring and autumn.
It is famous for having beautiful Japanese-style gardens, Ruri-no-niwa and Garyo-no-niwa. The view of autumn leaves from Ruri-no-niwa is especially fantastic.

Hundreds of maple trees are planted in the Ruri-no-Niwa. The landscape from the second floor of the Shoin, where the window view is full to the brim with gorgeous leaves courtesy the garden's maple trees. This view is what has made Rurikoin Temple famous in recent years, with the gorgeous greens of fresh leaves or the warm tones of autumn ones reflected off the polished wooden floors and the large tables set on the inner tatami mats.

The best season is mid-November, and Rurikoin will be so crowded by tourists from home and abroad.
They have entrance regulation and the max number to enter in will be 30.

Address : 55 Higashiyama, Kamitakano, Sakyo, Kyoto
Dates: October 1 - December 20
Hours: 10:00 a.m. ~ 5:00 p.m.
Fee: 2,000 yen
Access: 5 minute walk from Yasahieizan-guchi Station; a 20 minute walk from Gion Shijo Station on the Keihan railway

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Purposeinstagrammable,that you'll never forget,brag,shrine/temple,autumn foliage,sightseeing
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5.010 months ago

Sadly the ticket was sold out when I arrived at around 2 p.m on Sunday. Nonetheless the outside is beautifully coated in red & yellow color of the fall. I'm sure inside the temple is even more breath-taking

3.02 months ago

Beautiful Japanese garden, but too expensive and super-crowded. (2000 yen for entrance fee)

3.0a year ago

Great peaceful and beautiful place to visit but it can get crowded with picture hungry tourists🤳📱📸
The nature is green and has endless beauty🌳🦋
The temple and surrounding area is built to fully incorporate the beauty of the area 🏯
Has a gift shop 📦🧳
Has a restroom 🧻🚽
Offers free tea to sip and relfect on the world & you. ☕
Amazing ⛺🎇
Has stairs which may not be good for moblity issues ♿
Wear good socks this temple is shoe free. 👣🧦👞👠
This is a quite and restful place may not be good for young children👶👬
If you're trying to impress a very attractive women bring her here for a photo shoot. 💃
It seems normal that guys show up with models to photo graph here. 📸📱
Parking is not free or easy 🅿️🚘🚏

4.010 months ago

It's a very beautiful temple. It's worth the time on lining up and waiting outside.

5.010 months ago

Like many other reviews, there were many people inside the temple. Even when I queued at 8:30 AM, 1 hour before opening time, 20-30 people wer already there before me. The entrance fee of 2000 yen was quite expensive, but there was no time limit, so you can loiter around the lacquer table, waiting for a chance to get your photos.

Inside the temple was very beautiful, though during my time, the trees hadn't fully changed color. You need to take off your shoes, and carry them in a plastic bag from the entrance. You can also sit and copy sutra (Buddhist scriptures), with the provided paper when buying the ticket.

If I have time, would go back again, then go further north of Kyoto, to Kuruma