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Camellia Tea Ceremony 5h
Thanks for a fun (and so busy!) couple of days at the Visit Japan Travel Mart. It was great to meet so many nice people. We're going to miss seeing these cheery pups!
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RobKendrew Sep 20
More pics of Toyokuni Shrine, including the adjoining Hokoji ,and its historic bell, which offended Ieyasu Tokugawa so much he wiped out the Toyotomi clan. Queue up late on New Years Eve & you can get to ring in the new year.
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Shaun Sep 19
Sore ini di Arashiyama. Taken by me, if u don’t mind please rate these photos, arigatō. 🏮
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カフェぼんちぃ Sep 14
Replying to @cafe_bonchie
Kyo sightseeing. Kyoto Railway Museum. From the steam locomotive to the railroad. I can look back on the history of "train" so far. The story of the KOKUTETU that is now called JR. Experience. terrace. Bento. It seems to be enjoyable slowly without knowing at all.
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Adventures in Kyoto Sep 20
Every time I go to my local supermarket the owner gives me a different sort of sweet to try. Today's was a type of Monaka (最中). Unusually the wafer is shaped like a Sake bottle (酒瓶), with white, sake-infused (酒) anko (餡子-bean paste) inside. 🍴🍶😋
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Adventures in Kyoto Sep 20
Replying to @KyotoDailyPhoto
When the garden diminished (the South Gate & Kenrin-kaku lost to fire), Renko-in retained the same position right up until today. In 1284 it is recorded that Ippen Shonin (一遍上人 1234-89), founder of Ji-shu Pure Land Buddhism (時宗), stayed for a while at the temple. 7/8
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Adventures in Kyoto Sep 16
THE ROUGED WALLS OF ZENTOKU-JI (善徳寺)- The small temple of Zentoku-ji is located in Omiya Matsubara (大宮松原). Sadly much of its history is unknown, important documents lost to fire, but we do know how the temple's famously distinctive red walls came about. 1/5
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相原 将人 Sep 16
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DJ HOPE 50m
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RobKendrew Sep 20
The mysterious world of , official religion of . A kannushi (‘God Master’) & attendants,in robes that are a real throwback 1000 years to the elegant Heian Era, pass through the market at Toyokuni Shrine, .
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tu Sep 20
Heading to Kyoto!
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yu-co Sep 19
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Adventures in Kyoto Sep 17
Oh well, it really does seem like I've accidentally become an avid collector of Tamaru Inbo (田丸印房) stamps. Goodbye to all my money👋👛🤯😱😑
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H .T. Y  (はたやん) Sep 19
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midorichanphoto Sep 20
✝We joined a stamp rally and sightseeing for Kyoto, 2days ago✝ We walked to Iwashimizu-Hachimangu, from Otokoyamasanjou station. And, we pused a stamp, in there.
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Adventures in Kyoto Sep 19
Replying to @KyotoDailyPhoto
Archaeologists also uncovered the drainage ditches that flanked the corridor. These would have been lined with stones taken from riverbeds. Rainwater was funnelled into underground channels, which carried water beyond the palace grounds. 5/10
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アニメショップさくらさく京都店 3h
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茶願寿カフェ (Chaganju) 4h
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Dashcam_Tokyo 5h
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Sakura 16h
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