Murin-an in Autumn

Fall comes to a quiet Kyoto villa

Murin-an draws most of its visitors for either its oft-overlooked location (tucked in a corner plot just opposite the Kyoto Zoo) or its ties to history. While neighboring temples in Higashiyama turn out more impressive displays of foliage, Murin-an offers a small display of maples, all arranged around an attractive pond. You can take tea (for an additional fee) in the tea room on-site and be grateful for having found a temple that most of the bus tours seem to pass by.

Admission to the garden as of November 2015 is ¥410.


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