After Byodin it was off to Kiyomizu Temple. I really do not remember much of the information from Kiyomizu but there were several buildings on the property as well as a magnificent view. We had an English audio translation but by the time we figured it out, we were pretty much done with the tour. If the audio guide was returned within 45 minutes it was free so we were on the move. However, there were several spectacluar views. It was snowing during our outing and if you look closely, you can see a few snowflakes in a couple of the pictures. Kiyomizu was also a World Heritage Site - two in one day, not too bad. As we were headed for the car we noticed a couple of young women all decked out in make-up and formal dress so I snapped a few pictures. Hope you enjoy.
(The Entrance to Kiyomizu)
(Look up at the temple from the ground. The complex was rather big housing a stable and probably eight or nine buildings.)
(Geisha Girls with Mrs. Aochi to the left)