One of the great sights of Kyoto’s Higashiyama ward, It is located on the mountain side of Mt. Otoyama, and Yongsheng. It is open to the public. It opened in 778 AD and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
It is said that its name comes from the fact that there are clear natural spring waters in the area.
From the main hall and the stage with a height of 13 m you can see the city of Kyoto, including the Kyoto Tower and the five-storied pagoda of Toji, and other Kyoto attractions. Thousands of maple and other leaves will turn oranges and reds in the autumn as part of Kyoto’s breathtaking autumn foliage, creating a majestic atmosphere.
||・· About 3 minutes from "Karasuma Oike" station by subway Tozai line to "Keihan Sanjo" station
→ About 3 minutes from "Sanjo" station on Keihin main line to "Shimizu Gojo" station
→ 25 minutes on foot from "Shimizu Gojo" station
・About 15 minutes on foot to Shijo Karasuma
→ About 15 minutes by bus from "Shijo Karasuma" to "Shimizu-michi"
→ About 10 minutes on foot from "Shimizu-michi"
||294 Kiyomizu 1-chome, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 605-0862
A noodle shop called "辨 慶" is located on the way from Kiyomizu Gojo station to Kiyomizudera is recommended!
Those who like to walk can go from Gion, Yasaka Shrine on foot also!