Feasting on Yudofu
Rakuto course linked up by philosopher’s Walk
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.
Known foritss carlet maple leaves, Eikando is the Jodo-shu Seizan Zenrin-ji School Head Temple. Founded by a disciple of Kobodaishi (Kukai) in the Heian period, It started out as a Zenrin-ji temple.
During Yoshimitsu Ashikaga's days in power, this temple held the highest status in Kyoto, presiding over the gozan temples (five great temples of Kyoto). Wheelchairs are available for people who have difficulty walking to enjoy the temple.
７Subway Tozai Line Keage Sta.