Once upon a time, the east side of Kyoto city was called "Raku-gai" (洛外), which means the outside of Kyoto. As you may know, Kyoto has a lot of temples and famous cites of autumn leaves, most of which are located in the center of Kyoto, "Raku-chu (洛中)." But among the famous places such as Kiyomizu-temple or Eikan-do, this place, I believe, is the most beautiful place for watching autumn leaves. Especially, at the end of autumn, red leaves fall on the stone pavement in front of the temple "Bishamon-Do", showing us the magnificent scenery. Every year, I take autumn leaves here, and some images are going to be uploaded in a couple of weeks. I hope you enjoy them. Thank you for your coming and supporting.