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Arashiyama, Tenryu-ji, bambouseraie et Jojakuko-ji [J12]

Arashiyama, Tenryu-ji, bambouseraie et Jojakuko-ji

Jojakuko-ji - Kyoto

Arashiyama, Tenryu-ji, bambouseraie et Jojakuko-ji [J12]

Arashiyama, Tenryu-ji, bambouseraie et Jojakuko-ji

All you need to know on what and where to eat in Kyoto!

WHAT TO EAT IN KYOTO

All you need to know on what and where to eat in Kyoto! I must try that green tea sundae thing! Those cute donuts are from a shop called FLORESTA NATURE DONUTS IN KYOTO. Address is = 525 Nakanochō (Shinkyōgokudōri), Nakagyō-ku, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu

Arashiyama - Kyoto

Arashiyama, Tenryu-ji, bambouseraie et Jojakuko-ji [J12]

Arashiyama, Tenryu-ji, bambouseraie et Jojakuko-ji

From SAVEUR Issue #154 Though I've visited so many great food bazaars in Japan…

Nishiki Market, Kyoto, Japan

the centuries-old Nishiki market, located in the old imperial capital of Kyoto, is the country's most amazing food market.

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Ashikaga Takauji's younger brother, Tadayoshi supposedly had a dream about a golden dragon flitting about the oi River (also known as the Hozu River), which lies south of the temple, and the temple was instead named Tenryu Shiseizen-ji—the term "Tenryu" literally means "dragon of the sky".

Ashikaga Takauji's younger brother, Tadayoshi supposedly had a dream about a…

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