The Jonangu Shrine was originally built by Emperor Kammu on the banks of the Kamo river when Heian-kyo (Kyoto) became the capital in the 8th century. The Rakusui-en Garden was constructed at the end of the Heian period when it became home to retired emperor Goshirakawa. The original buildings were ravaged by fire and had to be rebuilt in the 1970s.
7 Nakashima Tobarikyu-cho, Kyoto, Japan
Nearest Transit: Takeda (Line: Karasuma)
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