Late-blooming Sakura spot Ninna-ji temple and 88 sacred sites Omuro Hiking


Ninna-ji Temple in Kyoto City, and on the mountain path behind the temple, there is a fuden, a copy of the 88 temples of Shikoku. The pilgrimage is approximately 3 km long and takes about 2 hours. If you complete the pilgrimage, you will receive the same benefits as those of a pilgrimage to the 88 sacred sites of the Shikoku Region. The paths are lined with nature, and visitors can enjoy the chirping of birds and the flowers of the four seasons. On a clear day, you can see as far as Fushimi in the distance. At Ninna-ji Temple, you can enjoy the late-blooming Omuro Sakura. After the Sacred Sites Tour, those who wish may go to Arashiyama or visit temples. A: Toward Ryoan-ji Temple and Kinkaku-ji Temple B: Arashiyama walk from Hirosawa Pond, etc. Guide: Kotaro/Kazutoyo

Meeting place
JR Hanazono Station ticket gate
Meeting time
AM 9:40

Hanazono Station 9:50

Omuro 88 sacred places

Dismissal at Omuro Ninnaji Temple at 12:30

(After lunch if you wish, we will head for Arashiyama or Kinkakuji Temple.)

Entry fee
15 people
What to bring / clothes
comfortable clothes, sneakers or hiking shoes, drink