Ninna-ji is a temple of the Shingon Sect Omuro party head temple in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto Omuro. Foundation is 888. It’s one in the temple which represents Kyoto and is registered with world-class cultural property.
When I pass through a vermilion-lacquered inner gate, five-storied pagoda and Kannondo in addition to the golden hall in which Shishinden in a court was reconstructed are being seen. The formality is high as a temple of particular temples also “Tsuretsuregusa” “Hojoki” often also appear on a classic.
The short cherry tree in a precinct is famous as “Omuro-Zakura”. A cherry tree festival is performed in April when blooming.
Address: Omuroouchi 33, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto (GoogleMap)
It’s Ninna-ji famous for Omuro cherry tree, but it’s also the famous place of an azalea where I hid. To bloom makes a pink flower with a tinge of purple bloom in Mitsuba-tsutsuji.