Tuesday was our last full day in Kyoto and therefore was our last chance to sight see. There were quite a few very important places we didn't visit yet so this day was dedicated to getting to all of them. The first stop was Nanzen-ji temple. This complex of temples is on the south end of what is known as the Philosopher's Walk. Philosophers used to walk along the channel between the temples and universities, hence giving the path its' name. Nanzen-ji is known for a few things, namely its very large gate the Sanmon Gate, the gardens around the Hojo (main building), and an aqueduct. The gate was indeed very large and impressive. The aqueduct was unusual as expected since the western architecture clashed with everything else we had seen up to that point. I think the most interesting part was the Hojo and gardens. The Hojo has a number of painted screens which are beautiful and quite famous. The rock gardens are peaceful and gave us a chance to relax and just enjoy the beauty of it all. We spent a lot of time here and it was well worth it.