我们去高野山,主要是因为Oku-no-in(墓园)。如果你喜欢参天的绿色香柏木、青苔、石头雕像、宁静平和的环境和墓园,你会喜欢这里的! 我们从桥上(Ichi no hashi)通过,很艰难地走到桥的尽头,以便参观灯笼大厅。这里非常漂亮。你可以花几个小时在场地闲逛,看看雕像,欣赏大自然的美丽。我们是在二月的一个黄昏的时候去那里的,所以地上还有雪,阳光照射下来,产生了一种漂亮的阳光斑驳的效果。感觉非常平和宁静。路上的有些灯笼开始点亮了,所以,我想要是在刚刚晚上,天更黑点的时候去参观,景色应该更漂亮。
It was quite different and unique experience. I don't know much about Buddhism and spiritual significance of this place. But this place was certainly quite powerful on an inexpiable level. We went in the evening when it was drizzling. So the atmosphere added to the experience. It was basically a mixture of reverence and being drawn. Not much to put... 更多
This place is awesome but also too busy if you are not here early morning or late in the afternoon. But still you will find place where you can avoid the crowds if you walk back over Nakanohashi bridge. So it is best to take bus from cable car to bus stop 14 Okunoin-mae and after visiting the Kobo Daishi... 更多
This graveyard is so atmospheric - 1000 year old cedars, the lushest moss I've ever seen, night time lanterns, dawn mist, ancient stone gravestones and mausoleums it's a photographer's paradise. Get a guided tour if you can.
I wasn't prepared for this awesome experience in Koyasan which came as a surprise. I knew there would be a cemetery, but not something this impressive. Really something worth travelling for.
To be honest when I arrived at Okunoin cemetery it was pretty busy and it was raining and I wasn't all that impressed and didn't really see what the fuss was about. As I spent more and more time there though, I really got to see how interesting a place it is, it's a very spiritual place with lots of... 更多
one can walk from Koyasan the path called Ojizo-san through the cemetery. It is almost overwhelming. There are thousands of stupas, some very big and memorial sites. It is very well maintained. In the evening it is lit and well worth walking through it again. Many of the burial stones wear bibs that is for children to be looked after... 更多
This is a mausoleum, so full of family plots, but also large memorials from Japanese firms, dedicated to people who have died in industrial accidents working for them. But it's not at all morbid, although under the trees it can be a bit gloomy if the weather is bad. It's beautiful though, you climb through the grave plots to the... 更多
It drizzled a bit when I was there, so the place felt cold, air was very clean and refreshing too. I felt such deep serenity and calm while walking through Okunoin, I wish I am living in Koyasan, so I can take a quiet stroll at the end of each day... very magnificent, and interesting to see the tombstones, check... 更多