Sesshu who is a black-and-white drawing painter is the only Japanese chosen as “a world 10 size cultured person”, and it is said that Sesshu designed the Japanese garden of Funda-in Temple.
In addition, the Japanese garden of this temple is a dry landscape Japanese garden garden of old Horai expression of the history most in Kyoto.
The scenery of the garden to look at from the round window of the tea-ceremony room is in particular very beautiful.
In addition, this temple is one of the sub-temples of Tofuku-ji Temple which is near Tofuku-ji Temple.
- About Funda-in Temple
- The Japanese garden of Funda-in Temple
- Goshuin(shrine seal or stamp) of Funda-in Temple
- How to get to Funda-in Temple
This temple is one of the sub-temples of Tofuku-ji Temple in 25 places.
Admission Fee：300 yen(Adults)、200 yen(Children)
The Japanese garden of this temple is a dry landscape Japanese garden garden of old Horai expression of the history most in Kyoto.
A crane and a tortoise are long-lived symbols.
Nearest station of Funda-in Temple is Keihan/JR Tofukuji Station.
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