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Mount Hiei
Sacred & Religious Sites, Mountains
Mt. Kurama
Historic Sites, Mountains, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Lookouts
Konchi-in
Sacred & Religious Sites, Gardens, Bodies of Water
Kamogawa Delta (Kyoto Prefectural Kamogawa Park)
Parks, Scenic Walking Areas, Bodies of Water
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#1 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
The park is laid out to be a tour of different landscapes within a fairly small area, and it was masterfully done.
#2 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
The garden is grand, on the scale of Richmond Park; a vast and productive parkland with enormous lake and multiple waterfalls.
Perfect match to the surrounding nature to make you relax.
Mt. Kurama Sakyo
#3 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
However, there is much to explore and experience prestine nature and the colourful autumn leaves.
Amazing walk and nature.
#4 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
But for those who are willing to brave the hike uphill, there are park benches along the way and you will be rewarded with an amazing view of Kyoto and the opportunity to walk amongst the macaque monkeys.
Fascinating place for all the nature lovers who need a break from all the temples and shrines :) It makes you cheer when you observe all the monkeys!
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#5 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
The use of space, topography and all the elements of Japanese artistic sensibilities (balance and harmony between the different elements of nature, as well as between the natural and the man-made) are at work here.
Park yourself on the wooden deck of the main temple to enjoy the rock garden and natural surroundings.
#6 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
We all grinned at each other, delighted in our shared admiration of the exquisite craftsmanship that led to the creation of this moment for people from around the world to share in the joy of the beauty of nature.
This was a place so beautiful, and you could feel the energy from it walking around, looking at every small detail and feel the love from the actor and designer of the park.
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#7 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
Outstanding place to spend a day in nature
Gentle slope up from car park and significantly large timber temple structures.
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#8 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
From beatuful flowers, some rare trees, perfect bonsai trees, lakes, conservatory and park full of sculpures.
Would highly recommend to get off the beaten path and see some nature that's easily accessible from the subway Karasuma line!
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#9 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
Kyoto Gyoen is a beautiful park within Imperial Palace.
Wonderful park.
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#10 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
We lingered in this lovely garden, enjoying the quiet and calm, the connection to nature.
Beautiful, quiet park
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#11 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
Beautiful Japanese gardens, old wooden temples, all in a quiet park-like setting.
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#12 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
Great nature and cherry blossoms parts
The banks along the river have some park areas and picnic spots.
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#15 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
The level you reach will form the horizontal stroke from the word 大 (dai) and by the time you figure out where the two legs of the word lies in reality, you will be suitably awed by nature.
#16 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
Outside the palace complex is a huge park with baseball, tennis courts, orchards, woods, a garden, paths and lots of places to picnic.
We do recommend you go to offices (which are in the entrance to the park) a few days because, and sign up - so you can get a tour in the hour that suits you. the palace itself and the gardens are beautiful.
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#17 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
Instead I carried on to the summit car park, which is a bit incongruous, and the actual track to the very summit is chained off.
Maruyama Park Higashiyama
#19 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
After visiting Yasaka Shrine we continued past it and explored just a small area of this wonderful park that contains many shrines, temples, souvenir stalls, inns, restaurants, ponds and beautiful gardens.
Complete with the meandering stream, ponds, arched bridges and pagodas, the park epitomizes the Japanese gardens.
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#20 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
... about paying the fee for this small temple when there's Nanzen-ji just there) the vibe here is serene and peaceful, helping you get in the right frame of mind to just take in the architecture, nature and setting.
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Taizo-in Ukyo
#21 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
#23 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
Bring a picnic mat, and some food or even fly a kite, you can certainly enjoy sitting around the park in good weather before or after the aquarium visit.
Many people enjoyed picnic at a park which locates in front of the place also.
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#24 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
Fantastic park
The park has a world-class Railway Museum aan nd Aquarium embedded in it.
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#29 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
#30 of 100 Nature & Parks in Kyoto
Since we stayed at the Prince Hotel nearby, we enjoyed strolling in this beautiful park.
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