Hello! I visited Heian shrine to watch the projection mapping show and autumn foliage. So many tourists were visiting the place to enjoy the fantastic night view.
Project mapping show on the main hall
＊Heian shrine was built in 1895 to celebrate the 1100th anniversary of the old capital, Kyoto. Heian means peace and stability and it's the former name of Kyoto. Heian shrine was given the top rank of Shinto shrines. (I quoted this information from Tabi no Eikaiwa )
At EB, we offer some lessons which introduce Japanese culture and Kyoto sightseeing spots. One of them, Tabi no Eikawa offers you not only the conversations that are useful when you travel abroad but also the opportunities to introduce various Japanese culture, customs and sightseeing spots, etc.. Please join the lesson if you have a chance!
Autum leaves and projection mapping reflected on the surface of the water