Shin-nyo-do Temple

Autumn leaves

In Shin-nyo-do, maple trees grow on both sides of the stone-paved approach, and the three-story pagoda can be seen in the back, as if the temple were in a forest of maple trees. The stone pavement from the front of the main hall to the west becomes a tunnel of autumn leaves. 

The most beautiful moment is when the autumn leaves are bathed in the setting sun. 

The peak of the autumn foliage in the temple depends on the weather of the year, but the peak season is after the end of November. The area behind the main hall can be enjoyed until early December.

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