Posted on September 21, 2017 by gardeninacity
Category: Travel Tags: Japan, Kyoto, Pagodas
Very, very nice.
That’s beautiful, Jason!
What a architecture Jason!
I love those elegant old buildings. They don’t build them like they used to.
Wow – now I’m wondering what the inside of that building looks like.
You can’t go in except on a few special days. They are constructed with a central supporting pillar and a complex system that lets each tier move in such a way as to be particularly earthquake-proof. They often house relics of the Buddha, apparently. And the one by our hotel in Kyoto had statues of Buddha inside also.
That’s a beautiful pagoda, I’m not sure every side street has one though. This is probably a rather exclusive address.
Stunning. I could look at that all day.xxx
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