Kyoto is dotted with scenic spots and little-known spots for autumn leaves.
I introduce the spot where you can enjoy autumn leaves without worrying about the opening time.
For example, how about "Tetsugaku no michi (The Philosopher's Path)" which is close to Nanzen-ji Temple and Eikan-do Temple?
It is a walking path of about 2km that originated from the time when the philosopher Kitaro Nishida walked while indulging in his thoughts.
Let's walking slowly from Ginkakuji Temple in the north to Kumano Nyakuoji Shrine in the south as if you were a philosopher.
The color of the leaves differs depending on where you see it.
And the scattered maple leaves on the walking path and the canal are full of elegance!
There is no time limit, but I recommend early morning when the air is clear and less popular.