The Fall Foliage at Keisoku-ji Temple of Kohoku Area (湖北鶏足寺の紅葉)

Since the weather forecast said that it would be a perfect fine day today, I headed to Keisoku-ji temple (鶏足寺) of Kohoku area (湖北; northern region of Lake Biwa) in the early morning. This is because I’ve known that it must be very hard to park a car in a midday since the autumnal leaves there is well renowned even in the range of western Japan. The fall foliage landscape did not betray my expectation this year, too.

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