Suppose you were dressed in YUMEYAKATA's pretty Kimono, but have no idea where to visit... OK, we strongly recommend to visit Kinkaku-ji Temple (金閣寺, Golden pavilion).
It’s a flamboyant construction with two hundred thousand pieces of glittering gold plates. Built by Yoshimitsu Ashikaga, the 3rd shogun of the Muromachi Shogunate, the temple has been considered as a symbol of the power among Japanese.
As you see the gleaming aura of the temple shining under the blue sky, for sure you will be mesmerized as if you wandered into Gokuraku Jodo (極楽浄土, the pure land, a religious and imaginary heaven in Buddhism).
YUMEYAKAT offers varieties of gorgeous Kimonos. Please try a perfect outfit for visiting the Golden Pavilion.
Kinkaku-ji (Golden Temple; official name Rokuon-ji) URL:
3 mins. on foot from "Kinkaku-ji michi", Kyoto city bus