[Ginkaku-ji Temple] [lantern slide]: sand garden, with its flat-topped cone of sand suggesting Mount Fuji
1 lantern slide: col. ; 3.25 x 4 in
Japan, Kyoto prefecture, Kyoto
Silver Pavilion (Kyoto, Japan)
Ginkaku-ji Temple (Kyoto, Japan)
In the evening the sand cone appears as a silver moon when viewed from above. Other names associated with the site include the Silver Pavilion and Jishō-ji (Temple of Shining Mercy).
The site was visited by the Garden Club of America tour on May 22, 1935.
Historic plate number: "13."
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