It is a wallpaper photograph of the autumnal leaves of Jikishi-an in Kyoto Sagano and Kita-Saga.
It is said that it reads with "Jikisian" correctly although it becomes that it is likely to read with Tyokusian.
We send the situation of the garden of the beautiful autumnal leaves of Jikishi-an to you.
Jikishi-an is a hermitage which stands still quietly in The wood of a bamboo of Kyoto Sagano and Kita-Saga. In the quiet place where the circumference was surrounded by The wood of a bamboo, the So-an stands quietly into silence. In order for a surrounding road not to have a space to the extent that it can pass along a car, either and for there to be also no parking lot, he has to park and walk along a car around Daikaku-ji here. To Jikishi-an, there is about about 1km distance from Daikaku-ji. A car is parked in the Daikaku-ji parking lot, and about the Daikaku-ji front, if a course is taken to the left hand, there is a guidance signboard small written to be Jikishi-an. It is difficult to go, if this signboard is overlooked to put it bluntly. If it breaks into the right along with the signboard of a small tree on the left and a way finally goes into the base of a mountain with many woods of a bamboo, escaping from between quiet residences, it will arrive in Jikishi-an surrounded by the wood of the bamboo. So-an which a Zen priest called DokusyoSeien in which the official name was said as Syoohzan Jikishi-an, and Jikishi-an received the instruction of the Obaku sect zen from the Chinese priest-of-high-virtue Ingen Zen priest in Masayasu 2 (1646) which were the third generation general Iyemitsu Tokugawa era of the Edo period made is origin. It seems that the origin of the name is coming from having made this Iori by making for a Dokusyo Zen priest to do "Jikisi-Densin" of legitimate [ of the Obaku sect zen ] into a purport. It is Jikishi-an that what was a Zen temple from the first declined gradually, and only So-an remained. The woman of a Konoe house called Tuzaki-MuraokanoTubone rebuilt as a temple of the Jodo sect soon at the time of an end of Edo Period. It is the present building which rebuilt in 1899 (Meiji 32) what the building itself has in a fire and was burned down. It seems that moreover, Jikishi-an is famous also as a present-day woman's shelter, there is a room of the recollections grass note in So-an, and it is popular also as a temple that a trouble, pain, etc. are cured by writing the suffering which a woman holds. Moreover, not only it but Jikishi-an is a high place of reputation as a famous place of autumnal leaves also in Kyoto. As introduced especially previously in the wood of autumnal leaves and a bamboo, the place with which the beauty of the wood of the bamboo of a green moso bamboo and the beauty of crimson autumnal leaves overlap cannot start a splendid eye even in Kyoto. Things, such as beauty of Kyoto, atmosphere, and grace, thought that it was choked up in here Jikishi-an. Moreover, probably because it becomes comparatively minor spot, a crowd is also sparse, there are and they can enjoy autumnal leaves calmly. [ comparatively few ] The best time to see of the autumnal leaves of Jikishi-an is at the the end [ of November ] - end time every year. A highlight is the hit with which the autumnal leaves in the middle of hitting and reaching from So-an to KaizanDo with which the wood and autumnal leaves of a bamboo near an entrance overlap, and yellow leaves have overlapped. Moreover, almost all Kyoto has tripod prohibition and it will also be a place of the precious tripod O.K. as of 2005. Since there is no telling when be merely forbidden, I consider that it is better to be used so that he may not be inconvenienced. Although an admission fee is 500 yen and visit time is 9:00 to 17:00, a too early time zone is a recommendation.