The Japanese maple leaves have turned a beautiful red.

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I visited the temples of Kamakura last week. Looking at all the beautiful autumn foliage here is such a treat. The temple which I visited first was Engaku-ji.

A Guide to Kamakura is a commentary site of temples of Kamakura by superior English.

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Tōkei-ji

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Kaizoji

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2 Responses to The Japanese maple leaves have turned a beautiful red.

  1. Mera Kranfel says:

    Beautyful. Like a fairytale.

  2. ujiyasu says:

    And Swedish nature is like the good fairy tale for me 🙂

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