Because I love tea, I came to Yuzhi. This is the second time that the city has come to Kyoto. It goes straight to Yuzhi. The third stop in Kyoto is Jr (as if it is urgent). (Dongfu Temple, Liudizang, Yuzhi). I went to the Equality Court, Yuzhi Shrine, Yuzhisheng Shrine and Genji Museum. There are no movies in the museum at half-past, in Japanese. I couldn't understand it. I read it for a few minutes and then withdrew. The Phoenix Hall in the Equality Court is going to buy 300 yen tickets and take off your shoes. In fact, there is a Buddha in it. It takes only 2 minutes to worship. Walking in the street, I naturally bought tea powder and candy from Itoku's right door. A very satisfying stroll. On the top of Yuzhi Shrine, Yuzhi Shrine first goes to Yuzhi Shrine, then goes up to the Shrine, and then goes up to the Museum of Genji Stories. Both the Equality Court and the Shangshi Shrine are world cultural heritage and must be worshipped.
In many people's minds, Yuzhi stands for mocha! The fact is also true. When you arrive at Yuzhi Station, the whole scenic area is not very big. The Genji Museum, Equality Court and Yuzhi Bridge are the main destinations for tourists to visit. If you come here on weekdays, there are not many tourists. You can walk in the quiet and refreshing scenic area and watch the streams flowing under the bridge. Another few mouthfuls of the most classic Yuzhi Tea are super pleasant.
Because I like to wipe tea, I went to Yuzhi specially. After going there, I found that Yuzhi is a very quiet, beautiful and clean city. There are many tea shops in the street. You can see the tea which is being ground with stone. You can try and buy it in the shop. There is also the experience of wiping tea to experience the Japanese tea ceremony at close range, as well as the Equality Institute, the Genji Museum and other scenic spots worth visiting.
Qingxin and quiet town, not flattering, Osaka tram in Zhongshu Island Yuzhi line, 15 minutes to Yuzhi, out is Yuzhi Bridge, there are clear signs. Yuzhi's tea is really delicious, tea ice cream, tea octopus balls, tea buckwheat noodles, tea fried dumplings... Equality Court, 10 yen coin landscape.
Yuzhi is less noisy than some famous tourist areas such as Qingshui Temple Zongyuan. It is a beautiful and quiet town, Yuzhichuan. The quiet flowing purple-style part of Yuzhichuan writes down the ancient Wisteria blooming on the courtyard shelf. The centuries-old tea trumpet floats out of the courtyard and reflects the lake silently. It smells like tea in the courtyard of Equality Court.
It's a quiet small city. It has Japan's most famous Yuzhi Mucha, the Equality Institute of World Cultural Heritage, the Museum of Genji Stories and so on. I like Yuzhi City very much. There are few people and quiet, and the scenery is good. Here, we can completely abandon the noise of big cities and let our body and mind fully relax.
Yuzhi City belongs to Kyoto City. It is located between Kyoto City and Nara City. It is convenient to go by JR. There are not many scenic spots in Yuzhi, such as the Equality Court and the Museum of Genji Museum, which will be enough for most of the day. In addition, Yuzhi's tea is very famous. Several old shops can try it.
Very quiet and beautiful small cities, you can stroll in the streets. There are old tea shops "Fujimura Nakamura", along the river canals can buy small items. Fengxiang Hall, the Phoenix Hall of the Equality Court and the newly built museum, is one of my favorite monasteries. Yuzhisheng Shrine has a long history. When tired, you can find a Beijing cuisine along the river and sit by the window. Or find a tea shop to sit in the warm sunshine.