Kyoto by the Sea

Omoto Headquarters (Ayabe/Baishoen)

Autumn leaves can be enjoyed in the garden of the Omoto religious institution, wherein many buildings stand in a row, including the “Miroku-den,” which is designated as a Tangible Cultural Property, and the “Chosei-den”, which is said to be one of the largest wooden structures built in the 20th century.

Hongu-cho, Ayabe City, Kyoto Prefecture
Train: 15 minute walk from Ayabe Station on the JR Sanin Main Line
From Ayabe Station on the JR Sanin Main Line, take Aya Bus (Shiga Nanboku Line) to“Omoto Shinen-mae” bus stop