Flowers are in bloom in the dead field. But when I look closely, they are not flowers but burr-grasses. They are really beautiful and cute like flowers in full bloom. In this way, the flowers leave their offspring.
The play “Shuzenji Monogatari” written by Okamoto Kidoh is a popular Kabuki program. General Kamakura Yoriie orders the master of making masks to make his mask. A tragedy involving a daughter Katsura is unfolded from that thing.
Taimadera Temple is one of the oldest temples in Japan in Katsuragi City, Nara Prefecture. The original of Taima Mandala that represents the universe of the Buddhist world has been secretly stored at this temple.
Yamazato country is a winter landscape. The leaves of the trees are scattered all over, and the cry of Yamabato is heard with the sound of the clear stream. During such mid-winter, the cherry blossoms create a cheerful atmosphere.
Nanzen-ji Temple is one of the most renowned Zen Buddhist temples in Japan. The Nanzen-in Temple there is especially popular among tourists for its autumn foliage. The temple is nice, but I am attracted to the boiled-tofu too.
Hasedeara Temple, which stands on the Hatsuse Way that connects Yamato and Ise in Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture, is famous for its autumn leaves. When the setting sun shines the autumn leaves, the temple bell echoes in the valley.
Kurama, north of Kyoto, is a historically famous place. Many people visit during the autumnal season. The autumn leaves along Kurama Line are excellent. Cheers come out of the car. The autumn leaves in the darkness are also exceptional.