Heian Jingu Shrine

Heian Jingu Shrine

A shrine that was built in 1895 for the 1,100th anniversary of the relocation of the capital city.
Emperor Kanmu who transfered the capital in Heian capital and emperor Koumei who is the last emperor spent in Heiankyo are enshrined.

The shrine painted in beautiful shrine was restored in the size of 5 / 8th as the Chodoin(朝堂院) which is the regular seat of Heiankyo.
The garden spreads, enclosing the shrine and is a migration type composed of four gardens in the east, the mid, the west, and the east, and the beautiful scenery spans from season to season.

Name Heian Jingu Shrine
Access · About 5 minutes from “Karasuma Oike” station to “Higashiyama” station by subway Tozai line
→ About 10 minutes on foot from “Higashiyama” station
Address 97, Okazaki Nishitennocho, Sakyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
URL http://www.heianjingu.or.jp/
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Spring Heian Jingu Shrine

In the shrine gardens which spreads behind the main shrine, about 300 cherry blossoms including Yaebenishidarezakura, 20 kinds of cherry blossoms are beautifully blooming.
Light up is done in the evening, and you can enjoy a different atmosphere.
The best time to see is around early April to mid April.

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