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Ginkakuji Temple (The Silver Pavilion), officially called Jisho-ji Temple, was built by Ashikaga Yoshimasa, the 8th Shogun of the Muromachi period.
The two buildings, Ginkakuji Temple and Togu-Do, are designated as national treasures.
Kyoto has a Golden Pavilion and a Silver Pavilion, but unlike the Golden Pavilion, which has a golden exterior wall, the walls of the Silver Pavilion are not silver.
The Silver Pavilion's calm and serene appearance with a Zen atmosphere is the charm of the building.
The beautiful gardens are also a must-see at the Silver Pavilion.
It is said that the meticulously shaped sand mound built on Ginsyadan, known as Kogetsudai, was built to allow visitors to view the moon from the garden.

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Sep. 15, 2020
Japan
有田 和義(Kazuyoshi Arita)
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