Jinzo-ji Temple

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A famous autumn leaves spot, where leaves begin to turn red especially early within Kameoka City. The temple is believed to have been established when Saicho visited this site and opened the first dojo in 782. A Japanese maple tree estimated to be 400 years old is enshrined, as if it wraps the temple grounds. When the leaves begin to fall, it is as if a scarlet felt mat has been spread out.

Basic information

Address

60, Iwatani-no-uchiin-no-shiba, Saeki, Hiedano-cho, Kameoka City

Parking

Available (free)

Charges

Other: Admission required

Access

Bus : From the JR Sagano Line “Kameoka” Station, take the Keihan Kyoto Kotsu Bus, and get off at “Undo Koen Terminal”. Transfer to the Kameoka City Furusato Bus, and get off at “Green Heights-guchi”, approx. 20 minutes on foot

Car : Approx. 10 minutes by car from “Kameoka” IC on the Kyoto Jukan Expressway

Access to Kyoto by the Sea

Access to Kyoto in the Forests

Access to Kyoto Infused with Tea

Access to Kyoto Otokuni Bamboo Grove

Map

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