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𝗟𝘂𝗰𝘆'𝘀 𝗵𝘂𝗺𝗺𝗶𝗻' 7m
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Steve☆McCarty 23h
After a work week it refreshes the spirit to go to nearby Kyoto and walk along the upper reaches of the Kamo (Mallard) River. One is sure to see mallard ducks, egrets or blue herons, honey bees, wild flowers; and a butterfly reassures us that the ecosystem is intact.  
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Dashcam_Tokyo 14h
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RobKendrew May 17
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RobKendrew May 17
Kimono-ed noblewomen on horseback, from the Aoi Matsuri Festival Parade, this week in .
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えりー 9h
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グラウチョ・スピークス 21h
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木佐貫洋平LimbaTrip May 17
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mikanX4㌠♨️ May 16
源光庵 / Photo by mikanX4 || Fujifilm X-H1+XF16-55mm F2.8R LM WR
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スーパームーン&ラピスラズリ🎁 May 11
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Camellia Tea Ceremony May 17
Replying to @camelliakyoto
The name Hanazono is taken from Emperor Hanazono (花園天皇 1297-1348). Deeply religious, Hanazono took the tonsure in 1335, & in 1342 gifted his palace here so that the Zen master Kanzan Egen (関山慧玄 1277–1360) could found Myoshin-ji (妙心寺).
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Camellia Tea Ceremony May 16
Due to the confined nature of teahouses and tearooms, tea gatherings are typically small affairs. But what if you have over 40 guests?🍵🤔 Well if you are in Kyoto, you rely on your temple neighbours.
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Seth Hero May 16
Replying to @honeyxxx02
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Yoshikazu Fujita藤田慶和 May 16
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RobKendrew May 16
Aoi Matsuri Festival Parade, yesterday in . The Saio-dai princess, riding on her palanquin, followed by children & noble women, protected from the sun by big red parasols adorned with flowers.
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Adventures in Kyoto May 15
Replying to @KyotoDailyPhoto
At first called Dainei-in (大寧院), the origins of the sub-temple are hazy. Part of Emperor Kameyama's 亀山天皇 1249- 1305) retirement palace 'Zenrinji-dono' (禅林寺殿) stood on this site. 2/14
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Camellia Tea Ceremony May 15
Replying to @camelliakyoto
Japan may be best known for its spring pinks and autumn reds, but the lush greens around Rainy Season can be as magical. Kyoto's humidity has not yet settled, and so it remains a comfortable time to visit temple gardens and mountain retreats.
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Adventures in Kyoto May 15
Replying to @KyotoDailyPhoto
ICHIJO-JI (一乗寺)- Although Ichijo-ji's (一乗寺) origins are hazy, in the 9thC the hills were alive with dozens of temples founded by the Tendai sect. The temple was long seen as a refuge from the world. Certainly Ichijo-ji existed in the 2nd half of the 9thC. 11/17
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RobKendrew May 15
Aoi Matsuri Festival Parade,earlier today in . An annual event dating from the 6th Century, it includes the Saoi-dai princess, who in her 12 layers of Imperial Heian era robes, rides on a palanquin.(see photo 3)
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RobKendrew May 14
Aoi Matsuri Festival, happening now today in . The first of the three annual historical parades here in the old capital, Aoi Matsuri is over 1300 years old.
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