Round in the Raku-bus with foreign languages
Enjoy the scenic beauty of the tour Kyoto
１Bus stops in front of Kyoto Sta.
２Moto-Rikyu Nijo Castle
This castle was built by Ieyasu Tokugawa in 1603. The third shogun Iemitsu moved the remnants of Fushimi Castle here and extended the castle to its present size. It runs approximately 500 meters east-west and 400 meters north-south, a nd i s surrounded by a moat.
This temple's formal name is Rokuon-ji, and it was built as a m ountain retreat temple for Yoshimitsu Ashikaga, the third shogun t o c ontrol t he Mu romachi Shogunate (1336-1573).
This was the country retreat of Yoshimasa Ashikaga the 8th shogun of the Muromachi shogunate and it was later converted into a temple, formally known as Jisho-ji Temple.
The formal name of this temple is Rengeoin Temple. Shogun Kiyomori built it in the Heian period, and gifted it to Goshirakawahouou (ex-emperor a nd later a monk).
６Yasaka Hall : Gion Corner
The formal name of this temple is Rengeoin Temple. Shogun Kiyomori built it in the Heian period, and gifted it to Goshirakawahouou (ex-emperor and later a monk).