Ninna-Ji
Ninna-ji is registered as a World Cultural Heritage. In 888, Emperor Koko had finished building and named Ninna-ji temple. First you can see the gate “Nioh-mon” which is one of the three biggest gates in Kyoto. You can enjoy two gardens, great painting on the door (which is called fusuma-e), tea ceremony room, and five story pagoda in Ninna-ji temple. The two gardens are quite different types, and these two make us really relaxed. Besides, you can see beautiful cherry blossoms which are famous for late starting flowering in April.