In Kyoto, there are many mysterious spots that have history since the Heiankyo era.
One of them is Rokudochinno-ji Temple.
It is said to be located on the route to Toribeno, the eastern tomb of Heiankyo, and to stand on the border between the human world and the "The Six Paths".
In the precinct, there is a mysterious well that the poet Ono Takamura used to travel to and from the lower world.
From April 27 to May 6, there will be a temple treasure exhibition where you can see this well.
Also, during this period, there will be a limited golden stamp you can collect in your temple stamp book.
How about going out with an original book made near the temple, by "Tomita Kogei" shop?
For more information about "Only in the Spring of Kyoto ① Take a relaxing walk on the philosopher's path", click here
For more information about "Only in the Spring of Kyoto ②Wandering Higashiyama Spring to Kodai-ji Temple", click here
For more information about "Only in the Spring of Kyoto③Walk in Kitayama: an area full of lush greenery",click here
For more information about "Only in the Spring of Kyoto ④ Getting to climb that five-story pagoda!? Exclusive visit of To-ji Temple" click here
For the Stamp book cover hand-carving experience in Tomita Kogei, click here
595 Kitagawa Komatsu-cho, Matsubara Dori Higashio-ji Nishi Iru, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi
3 minutes walk from the bust stop of "Kiyomizumichi"