Friday, August 16, 2013
The Kyoto Gardens – A beautiful Gardens located in Kyoto, Japan. The gardens were first built in 1924, chop down in 1946, and was started again in 1961. It holds around 120,000 plants representing some 12,000 species. The garden is one of the best autumn leaves viewing locations in Kyoto. Because in Autumn green leaves turns into red, and they create a beautiful scenery of red leaves. The maple trees with their red and yellowish leaves looks incredible. The garden has many good temples and sceneries. For photographers, it has been a one ideal place. The gardens are outstanding, the view from the top point of the temple grounds is great. This is the one you will want to return to.