Kitanotenmangu shrine

  

Kitanotenmangu shrine is also famous for plum blossoms in Kyoto.

The garden opens from January 23 to mid March.

It has 1500 plum trees of 50 kinds.

On the 25th of every month, there is a flea market which is called Tenjinsan.

That is fun, too.

That shrine features the God of study.

So many students come to pray before school entrance examinations. 

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