Kyoto has an estimated 2,000 plus temples and shrines made up of around 1,500 Buddhist temples of various sects and 500 Shinto shrines. Kyoto's temples range from such world famous UNESCO World Heritage listed temples such as Kinkakuji and Ginkakuji to small, much less well-known neighborhood temples.

Kin mean Golden goldic Gold Pavilion
This day in Winter, hit by heavy snow, It was crowded with a lot of people to see the Snowy landscape scene. Admissions & Aid its umei u mei ume (yumei) kan/umekan

Gin means Silvian silvic Silver Pavilion

Platonically organic japanese Platonic Philosophies thinks meaning of his or her life, phylosophically Philosophys for Philosophy thinking times(time) in the sides(side) Japan, End of Philosopher's Path "Tetsugaku/tetugaku no Michi".
Weak compactness in restricted second order.

What is Kaku?[edit]
Rokaku『楼閣・樓閣』(楼・樓・閣) is correctly
Ro/Rou is Heavy Layers Building(Heavyly Layer) Kaku「閣」are Buildings at high altitude, such as Pavilion city book palaces and towers Pavilions as Goten"御殿" or Yagura Kenzō-butsu(butu?) "櫓" Finely calculated single Layer warped roof books Tansō-Hōgyo-dukuri "単層宝形造" design is superb.

^ am a ama abook abooks amabook/ama_book/am_abook/am_a_book
^ deergarden/deer_garden, deersgarden/deers_garden
^ Rokuon, deers garden temple in nature, deer pictures photos images (photo image) surround mountains
^ itsumeikan/its_umeikan/its_umei_kan
its_ume_i_kan, yumeikan/yumei_kan
^ KyotoBuddhisttemples/Kyouto_Buddhist_temples
^ PhilosophersPath
^ Weakcompactnessinrestrictedsecondorder