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Fushimi Inari Taisha Kyoto Japan by Emilie ROUTIER

Fushimi Inari Taisha Kyoto Japan by Emilie ROUTIER

The Taste of Real Sake in Kyoto: Sake Bar Asakura 日本酒 BAR あさくら

Japanese Signboard of Sake Bar in Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto, Japan 祇園祭 2015 https://www.facebook.com/Kyoto.GalleryI

Kyoto, Japan 祇園祭 2015 https://www.facebook.com/Kyoto.GalleryI

京都 あだし野念仏寺(Adasino-nenbutuji temple in Kyoto,Japan)12/2撮影

Adasino-nenbutuji temple in Kyoto,Japan Source :page FB 京都散歩道(Promenade in Kyoto)

tea field, via deens wonder japan

A tea Garden in Ujitawara (Southern Kyoto) 京都 宇治田原の茶畑

Temple bell, Sanjusangen-do, Higashiyama, Kyoto, Japan by rObfOs 2015

Temple bell, Sanjusangen-do, Higashiyama, Kyoto, Japan by rObfOs 2015

Sanjusangen-do Kyoto

Sanjusangen-do Kyoto

京都の世界遺産「宇治上神社」 日本一古い神社

京都の世界遺産「宇治上神社」 日本一古い神社

Nagano, Japan - another city to visit and see while you are in Japan.

Zenkoji: Shrine of the Secret Buddha One of the oldest temples in Japan, Zenkoji is said to house the first image of the Buddha ever brought to Japan.

The Kinkaku-ji Temple in northern Higashiyama is one you really should check out in Kyoto. While it's not actually silver it's even more beautiful as it is with it's unique design. Plus we can thank this temple for the evolution of some beautiful Japanese arts including ikebana and the tea ceremony | 2 Aussie Travellers

Ginkaku-ji

Ginkaku-ji is also known as the Silver Pavilion and while it's not leafed in the precious metal as Kinkaku-ji is, the simple beauty & gardens are exquisite

Juban Inari Shrine, Azabu-juban, Tokyo - one of Shinto's many fox shrines, in the heart of Tokyo.

Juban Inari Shrine, Azabu-juban, Tokyo - one of Shinto's many fox shrines, in the heart of Tokyo.

Japanese tea house in Nara, Japan

Enjoying autumn afternoon tea in the forest of Nara, Nara-shi, Nara Prefecture_ Japan

the priest walking through the torii gates at Fushimi Inari shrine, Japan

Red Torii, Fushimi Inari-taisha, Kyoto, Japan the original "Gates"

Nagashi hiina, Kyoto, Japan. "Hina-nagashi (Floating hina-dolls down to the sea) - March 3 each year, at Awashima-jinja Shrine. Dolls dedicated from all over the country are taken to the shore in a plain-wood boat with colorful paper cranes in it, and floated down to the sea after the chief priest of the Shinto shrine exorcises the evil spirits.

“Hina-nagashi (Floating hina-dolls down to the sea) - March 3 each year, at Awashima-jinja Shrine. Dolls dedicated from all over the country are taken to the shore in a plain-wood boat with colorful paper cranes in it,.

*  Sannenzaka Ninenzaka (Kyoto, Japan): Address, Point of Interest & Landmark Reviews - TripAdvisor

Sannenzaka Ninenzaka Add to trip Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture Japan, Slightly north of Kiyomizu-dera (temple) are two ancient streets lined with shops and restaurants:

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