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Kiyomizu Dera - Kyoto

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Taken on December 14, 2010 at 5.13AM PST
Posted to Flickr January 27, 2011 at 3.21PM PST

Exif data

Camera Nikon D5000
Exposure 0.003 sec (1/400)
Aperture f/5.6
Focal Length 200 mm
ISO Speed 400
Exposure Bias 0 EV
Flash Auto, Did not fire
Image Description First stop in Kyoto was the very well-known temple of Kiyomizu - which, albeit a beautiful place, did to me have a slightly disneylandesque feel to it. While not as spiritual as the Sanjusangendo or as relaxing as the Ryoanji Rock Garden, what you can say is that this place did have a lot going on - swarms of schoolchildren (many of whom approached us to answer questions regarding jobs/nationality/what we thought of Japan), many attempting the 'walk of love', and of course, plenty of fellow tourists. Slanting rooves sweep down To chiming bells Overlooking the sea of humans Traversing the path of love below Matt From Wikipedia: Kiyomizu-dera (????), officially Otowa-san Kiyomizu-dera (???????) is an independent Buddhist temple in eastern Kyoto. The temple is part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities) UNESCO World Heritage site. Kiyomizu-dera was founded in the early Heian period. The temple dates back to 798, and its present buildings were constructed in 1633, during a restoration ordered by the Tokugawa Iemitsu. There is not a single nail used in the entire structure. It takes its name from the waterfall within the complex, which runs off the nearby hills. Kiyomizu means clear water, or pure water.
It was originally affiliated with the old and influential Hoss? sect dating from Nara times. However, in 1965 it severed that affiliation, and its present custodians call themselves members of the "Kitahoss?" sect.
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Date and Time (Modified) 2011:01:27 23:20:50
Copyright Matthew Linden
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Date and Time (Original) 2010:12:14 05:13:52.50Z
Date and Time (Digitized) 2010:12:14 05:13:52
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Focal Length (35mm format) 300 mm
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Object Name Kiyomizu Dera - Kyoto
Keywords Architecture Asia Atmospheric Beautiful Bells Buddha Buddhism Buddhist Buildings Cityscape Clouds Evocative Historical Iemitsu Japan "Japan 2010" Kansai Kiyomizu "Kiyomizu Dera" Kyoto Landscape Mountains Old Pagoda Pretty Region Religion Restoration Roof Rooves Scenery Sky Temple Tokugawa Tower Traditional Trees UNESCO View "World Heritage" 京都 日本 清水寺 音羽山清水寺
Date Created 2010:12:14
Copyright Notice Matthew Linden
Caption- Abstract First stop in Kyoto was the very well-known temple of Kiyomizu - which, albeit a beautiful place, did to me have a slightly disneylandesque feel to it. While not as spiritual as the Sanjusangendo or as relaxing as the Ryoanji Rock Garden, what you can say is that this place did have a lot going on - swarms of schoolchildren (many of whom approached us to answer questions regarding jobs/nationality/what we thought of Japan), many attempting the 'walk of love', and of course, plenty of fellow tourists. Slanting rooves sweep down To chiming bells Overlooking the sea of humans Traversing the path of love below Matt From Wikipedia: Kiyomizu-dera (清水寺?), officially Otowa-san Kiyomizu-dera (音羽山清水寺?) is an independent Buddhist temple in eastern Kyoto. The temple is part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities) UNESCO World Heritage site. Kiyomizu-dera was founded in the early Heian period. The temple dates back to 798, and its present buildings were constructed in 1633, during a restoration ordered by the Tokugawa Iemitsu. There is not a single nail used in the entire structure. It takes its name from the waterfall within the complex, which runs off the nearby hills. Kiyomizu means clear water, or pure water..It was originally affiliated with the old and influential Hossō sect dating from Nara times. However, in 1965 it severed that affiliation, and its present custodians call themselves members of the "Kitahossō" sect.
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Metadata Date 2011:01:27 23:00:57Z
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Title Kiyomizu Dera - Kyoto
Rights Matthew Linden
Subject Architecture
Description First stop in Kyoto was the very well-known temple of Kiyomizu - which, albeit a beautiful place, did to me have a slightly disneylandesque feel to it. While not as spiritual as the Sanjusangendo or as relaxing as the Ryoanji Rock Garden, what you can say is that this place did have a lot going on - swarms of schoolchildren (many of whom approached us to answer questions regarding jobs/nationality/what we thought of Japan), many attempting the 'walk of love', and of course, plenty of fellow tourists. Slanting rooves sweep down To chiming bells Overlooking the sea of humans Traversing the path of love below Matt From Wikipedia: Kiyomizu-dera (清水寺?), officially Otowa-san Kiyomizu-dera (音羽山清水寺?) is an independent Buddhist temple in eastern Kyoto. The temple is part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities) UNESCO World Heritage site. Kiyomizu-dera was founded in the early Heian period. The temple dates back to 798, and its present buildings were constructed in 1633, during a restoration ordered by the Tokugawa Iemitsu. There is not a single nail used in the entire structure. It takes its name from the waterfall within the complex, which runs off the nearby hills. Kiyomizu means clear water, or pure water.
It was originally affiliated with the old and influential Hossō sect dating from Nara times. However, in 1965 it severed that affiliation, and its present custodians call themselves members of the "Kitahossō" sect.
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