Day 10: Early morning tea house

I love the temple Kodai-ji most in the morning before the first visitors arrive. It is peaceful, the light is soft and everything looks and feels as if it is supposed to be there. Kodai-ji is famous for its tea houses, and this is my favorite one: Ihou-an (遺芳庵) the cottage of the lingering fragrances.
I took this picture before watering the pathway and tea garden yesterday morning.

Ihou-an, the tea house with the famous round window

Ihou-an, the tea house with the famous round window

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One thought on “Day 10: Early morning tea house

  1. Going green down here, this must be the best yet, to immerse the senses before the plebs arrive! Journey of a lifetime for you, I look forward to the glossy and colourful memoirs
    All the very best to you
    Regards Martin Ruzicka.
    Fellow Landscape Designer -Tasmania

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