Nobotoke-an

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Nobotoke-an

Nobotoke-an was a refuge of Ueda Tanan and was a famous scholar of the tea ceremony. He created a special type of tea ceremony called "Junsei", as well as the mountain retreat of Ishikawa Jozan, a novelist of the Edo Period. It is built opposite Shisen-do Temple. Saionji Kinmochi, a famous politician who lived here between the Meiji and Showa Periods, often used the western gates. These days visitors can enjoy strolling through the garden and enjoy a tea ceremony.

Access

Bus: Get off at Ichijo-ji-sagari Matsu-cho Bus Stop, and then it is 5 minutes on foot from there.




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Sights Nobotoke-an (野仏庵)
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Address 15-3 Hayama-machi, Ichijo-ji, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
京都府京都市左京区一乗寺葉山町15-3
Phone / Fax Phone: 075-721-3000
Website
Duration 30Minutes
Business Hours Monday:09:00-16:00
Tuesday:09:00-16:00
Wednesday:09:00-16:00
Thursday:09:00-16:00
Friday:09:00-16:00
Saturday:09:00-16:00
Sunday:09:00-16:00
Closed dates Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday
Admission Fee Pay admission: 500yen
Recommended Season
Spring (March - May)
Summer (June - August) Autumn (September - November) Winter (December - February)
Recommended target Family Couples Groups Child (ages 7-17) Adult (ages 20+) Single traveller


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