The way toward Ninna-ji Temple from Kinkaku-ji Temple is called "a way for Kinu". It is an ordinary asphalt way, but the origin of this name depends on the tradition that is the culture that hung white silk cloth in Mount Kinugasa when the Emperor Uda wants to see a snow scene in midsummer now. Kinkaku-ji Temple, Ryoan Temple, Ninna-ji Temple registered with a world heritage are built in the south foot representing the ridgeline that the mountains of the Rakusei including Mount Kinugasa are gentle. It is recommended that you turn a foot to Myoshin-ji Temple, the Houkongo-in of the Ninna-ji Temple south.
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