Réservez le voyage de vos rêves au Japon avec notre service de réservation personnalisée. ãThis English-language text was created by the Japan Tourism Agency.ã, The works of a prominent landscape designer. Heian-Jingu Garden by Javier_López, on Flickr Nada más y nada menos que uno de los mejores lugares donde perderse en la maravillosa ciudad de Kyoto, los jardines del santuario de Heian-Jingu y que fueron escenario de algunas escenas de la película “Memorias de una geisha” (Rob Marshall, 2005). Behind the main buildings there is an attractive, paid garden with a variety of plants, ponds and traditional buildings. When you visit Heian Jingu Shrine, I suggest that you walk into Shin-en garden (admission = Yen 600) which will take you to a different world. The gardens of Heian Jingu are designated a National Site of Scenic Beauty. They feature beautiful wooden structures relocated from the Kyoto Imperial Palace, interesting design features, and are designed to be enjoyed at a leisurely pace, with places to sit, rest, and enjoy the scenery. The buildings are 5/8 scale reproductions of Chodoin buildings in Heian-kyo. Votre aide est grandement appréciée ! I really feel privileged to have been able to meet so many wonderful people out there, that taught me a lot about Japanese culture and about myself. JapanTravel.com est la plus grande base de données sur le web d'articles de voyage sur le Japon. Heian-jungu Shrine is one of the most important and visually impressive Shinto shrines in Kyoto. Plants that flower at other times of the year include irises, azaleas, plum trees, wisteria, and water lilies. WildlifeEach garden is a habitat for wildlife, from birds and butterflies to fish, turtles, and other pond life. The shrine's entrance is marked by a torii gate that stands over 24 meters tall and straddles a four-lane road, making it one of the largest gates of its kind in Japan. Seasonal bloomsFlowers bloom in the gardens throughout much of the year. The largest is the Jidai Matsuri (Festival of the Ages), the highlight of which is a large procession from the Kyoto Imperial Palace to Heian Jingu. Okazaki Nishitennocho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto (Directions). Le pavillon principal, le Daigoku-den, est une réplique de l'ancien palais impérial de Kyoto. The main structure of Heian Jingu was originally constructed by the 50th Japanese Emperor, Kanmu about 796 AD as the new capital, Daigoku-den Palace.. Like most Shinto shrines, Heian-jingu Shrine is marked by a vermillion torii (shrine gate) out front. Érigé en 1895, le complexe rend en hommage à la ville qui fut la capitale impériale du Japon durant la période de Heian dans l’Antiquité. The garden consists of four sections (East Garden, West Garden, South Garden and Central Garden) and each of the section has its own characters. I also enjoy taking pictures wherever I go and Japan is a never-ending source of inspiration for an amateur like me. Ainsi, le Heian-jingu fut il érigé en l’honneur d’une période particulièrement chérie de l’Histoire japonaise, l’ ère Heian (794-1185), et de son fondateur, le cinquantième empereur du Japon, Kammu (737-806). In the years that followed, the economy began to improve and the population recovered. He is renowned for his use of rocks and water in his landscaping and is considered a pioneer of the modern Japanese garden. Heian-jingu Shrine Built in 1895 to commemorate the 1100th anniversary of the founding of Heian Kyo (Kyoto), and dedicated to the Emperors Kammu and Komei, the first and last Emperors to rule Kyoto, the buildings are a partial replica of the Imperial Palace of the Heian Period (794-1185). Au printemps, lorsque les cerisiers sont en fleurs, le Shin-en, jardin situé à l'intérieur du sanctuaire, se pare de splendides couleurs. This was my first encounter with Japan, and one that would change my life in many ways. Each garden is built in a different style, but all are carefully integrated into a seamless whole.