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An impressive aqueduct

This aquaduct is over one hundred years old, made of brick, and worth making your way to see if you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
vonifide
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Pennsylvania
Historic Temple

This beautiful and historic temple can be reached from the nearest subway station, Keage Station on... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Andreas H
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Jakarta, Indonesia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This aquaduct is over one hundred years old, made of brick, and worth making your way to see if you are visiting Nanzenji Temple. When I was there, some people were using the arches in the supports for a portrait photoshoot. You can walk up...More

Thank vonifide
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This beautiful and historic temple can be reached from the nearest subway station, Keage Station on the Tozai Line (about 5 minutes walk) or alternatively you can take a bus from Kyoto Station. On the right side of the temple, you can see a a...More

Thank Andreas H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Exactly what I say in the title. Visit along with Nanzenji and Keage Incline. Interesting place. Not too crowded in the morning. If you head up the slope behind the aqueduct on the right you can follow the aqueduct to Keage Incline and Keage subway...More

Thank wzhkevin
Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile

You don’t often see such pieces or architectural beauty around. It is still working and this aqueduct is a stunning sight. Great for picture taking and the area where it is located is stunning and natural. Absolute stunning to witness.

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Reviewed 22 May 2018

The ancient aqueduct structure cuts through the east side of the temple still active to these days, brings water and electricity to Kyoto from Lake Biwa. Little Boy is amazed by the sacred stones that sit on the ground of growing mosses and matsu trees....More

Thank KahFui
Reviewed 14 April 2018

We have visited Nanzenji Temple by early April and strolled around the aqueduct as well. The aqueduct was still active and nearly all the tourists come to take photos for memory too. Recommended.

Thank YTCHENG
Reviewed 13 March 2018 via mobile

Being in the water business was great to see an aqueduct still working in Kyoto. The garden located up the stairs behind the structure was wonderful and well worth the extra yen to enter!

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Reviewed 4 March 2018

Extremely pretty during the fall. Walk and walk some more... Timing good photos can be a challenge when there are many people

Thank Jojo G
Reviewed 4 February 2018

This is a nice area to stroll around. Next to Nanzenji Temple this is worth a visit when in this area. Easy access by subway. 5 minute walk.

Thank andrewjenny
Reviewed 10 October 2017

Quiet and very tranquil place to walk around and tour...the water way is reminiscent to the Aqueduct in Rome.

Thank LYLE Y
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