Pilgrimage spots in Japan during the red leaf season

The Saigontourist Tour is designed for spiritual tourists and lovers of natural beauty.

Visitors on this tour can immerse themselves in the pure atmosphere of ancient and famous sacred Buddhist temples and pagodas and immerse themselves in the picture of the red leaf season in Phu Tang.

This is a journey for those who have gone to Japan, have the opportunity to explore more deeply about Buddhist culture in this country with more than 70% of the population following this long tradition of Eastern beliefs.

Visiting the temple is an enjoyable experience on the Japanese pilgrimage tour.

The tours depart in September to November in the autumn of Japan, so visitors can also admire the harmony between the red color of the maple forest and the yellow, brown … of many other trees.

On the journey, to the city of Hyogo, visitors visit The Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism, the largest temple in Japan, considered one of the largest Buddhist centers in the world. . Surrounded by 8 mountains like the familiar eight-petaled lotus symbol of the Buddha, Buddhist Wang Tang gently holds your feet to stop longer to explore many magnificent structures that have reached world records.


Painting collected at Osaka Castle

Following the journey in Osaka is a visit to Todaiji Temple, one of Japan’s most famous and historically valuable temples. Autumn in Osaka also has rows of ginkgo trees that are gradually changing their leaves from green to bright yellow.

Osaka Castle at this time also becomes enchanted with the forest of red leaves embracing the famous ancient architecture. Or Nara Park, Akashi Kaikyo Park are also reasons for visitors to fall in love with the charm of the romantic autumn of Japan.

One place that many spiritual tourists wish to visit in the ancient capital of Kyoto, is the Golden Temple Kinkakuji (Golden Temple) – one of the national treasures of the Japanese. The temple has been included in textbooks taught at schools across Japan and is recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage.


An old universal corner in Kyoto.

Walking around here, visitors will be amazed at the harmonious beauty of the temple with the water shadow below. Especially in the autumn, the landscape of yellow and red foliage, reflected on the calm lake surface, looks like a masterpiece, a fairytale in the middle of the world.

The trip to the ancient capital of Japan will continue with a visit and explore the bamboo forest. Here, sounds are made from the sound of wind rustling and murmuring as it blows through dense bamboo forest. With a unique tendency, the Japanese also voted this to be one of the 100 sounds that must be preserved in the country of the rising sun.

Between October and November is also the season when the trees change leaves, the time when you will admire the most brilliant beauty of the autumn Kyoto when the leaves gradually turn from yellow to red. Visiting Tofukuji Temple, only the colors of the autumn foliage are enough to make this landmark more famous than every temple in the country, attracting tourists from all over the world to admire.


Japanese people often say: “To see Kimono, go to Kyoto, if you want to eat, go to Osaka”. On this tour, do not forget to take advantage of the opportunity to freely explore the delicacies of this city, such as okonomiyaki (fried cake), takoyaki (grilled octopus), udon noodles, local sushi and more Other traditional Japanese food.

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