Best Spots Famous For Art In Kyoto-shi

Here're best Spots Famous For Art in Kyoto-shi, Kyoto. We released a ranking of reviews about Spots Famous For Art posted by travelers and locals who have actually been to Kyoto-shi.

Best Spots Famous For Art In Kyoto-shi [1-7]

1Shimogamo Shrine (Kamomioya Shrine)

Light Festival in Tadasu no Mori by TeamLab is held at a world heritage site in Kyoto, Shimogamo Shrine, from 8/17 to 9/2. The room produced by the arts of light, are very mysterious.

Light Festival in Tadasu no Mori by TeamLab is very popular annual event which has been held three times. We never get tired of looking at the forest and egg-shaped objects that change colors one after another. The procession projected on the screen are also very fantastic. It's going to be held till 9/2 in 2019.

Light Festival in Tadasu no Mori by TeamLab is held till 9/2. The lights at the precinct and the approach are very fantastic.

2Kawai Shrine

Kawai Shrine is a guardian for women, and considered as one of the most important in Japan. Recently, its Kagami Ema (a votive picture in a shape of hand mirror) is popular among women. You can enjoy drawing own face on it. And it's better to use your own cosmetics.

3Kyoto Aquarium

A lots of jellyfish appeared in aromatic and dark room create a very fantasy world with unexpected light effects. How about being healed by the swinging jellyfish in this winter?

4Shoren-in Monzeki

Shoren-in Monzeki is famous for the fantastic illumination in spring and autumn. At such prestigious temple, a reception room 'Kacho-den' has beautiful fusuma (papered sliding door) with lotus flower drawings by a artist Hideki Kimura. Miraculous fusion of historical temple and modern art is wonderful!◎Except for the crowded season like fall foliage, you can see fusuma and the temple leisurely. Admission fee: 500 yen, illumination time 800yen

5Randen Arashiyama Station

We'll fascinated with the beautiful Kyo-Yūzen designs in the daytime, and a forest of LED lights at night. It's a soft and elegant Kyoto world, so you're encouraged to visit once when you travel in Kyoto.

6Atago Shrine

The event has held for more than 20 years in late summer. Along the Atado old main street from Seiryo-ji Temple to Atado Shrine, big, small and various lanterns are lightened and fantastic. They light the street softly.◎8/23-8/25 every year together with memorial ceremony of Adashino-nembutsu-ji Temple. As many as 800 lanterns drawn by students of art school and the local children are impressive.

7Zuishin-in Temple

Zuishin-in Temple is said to have a connection with Onono Komachi (a poet in Heian Period who was a celestial beauty in Japan), and has some historical sites in its precinct. Among them, Fushuma-e (a painting on Japanese sliding doors) named 'Gokusaisiki Baikou Komachi Ezu (Colorful Plum Scent Komachi Picture), that expresses the life of Onono Komachi who stayed this temple in her later years.

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