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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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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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Camellia Tea Ceremony May 12
On May 15th a lavish procession marks the culmination of the Aoi Matsuri (葵祭). If there is one constant in Kyoto, it is the promise of blisteringly hot weather for the day of the parade. Each time I've attended, I've come away bright pink!🌞🥵
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Dive Into Japan May 15
The Saio-Dai, one of the two main characters during the Aoi Matsuri in Kyoto. Her complex kimono is a 12-layer robe.
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Dive Into Japan May 17
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tt.kyotoguide May 15
The Aoi Matsuri Festival today in It is one of Kyoto’s three biggest festivals. It is held every year on 15th May.
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Kazue May 11
Next week, Wed. May 15, is the famous Aoi Matsuri in Kyoto! This festival features a spectacular street procession of over 500 people in authentic costumes and makeup. It’s the oldest festival in all of Kyoto 😍❤️
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Steve☆McCarty Apr 14
A nice hike along the Kamo River () in northern City to the Kamigamo shrine (). The Aoi Matsuri () parade goes there on May 15th. Enjoying the weeping cherry blossoms () and other early spring foliage, shrine architecture in harmony with nature.
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Tokyo_Animism May 15
Aoi Matsuri 👘⛩🏮 15.05.19 It was such a beautiful and unique experience! I’ve been meaning to attend this matsuri for years, got lucky this year as it’s happening the same time as my holiday and while I’m in…
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ヤギの京都観光案内 May 15
Today, Chokushi (the man in the black and white outfit), the emperor's messenger, visited Kamo shrines on be half of him to pray for peace on earth.
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Kathy 💋キャシー💋 May 30
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Camellia Tea Ceremony May 13
Replying to @camelliakyoto
Interestingly it was only after the Tokugawa’s assistance in reviving the festival that it became known as the Aoi Matsuri (葵祭). Until this time is was known as the Kamo Matsuri (賀茂祭), or simply as The Festival (祭).
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Wa•mono from Japan May 18
Aoi Matsuri is only held once a year on 15 May, one of main festivals in . . It was a warm day but many tourists crowded the pedestrian walkways throughout. . . In the coming…
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Camellia Tea Ceremony May 8
Replying to @camelliakyoto
Despite Golden Week offering an early holiday for the country, the return to school and work can create a feeling of burn-out. Do not despair, for there is a lot to look forward to. May heralds the beginning of 'festival season' in Kyoto.
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Sharing Kyoto May 23
Slip back in time to ancient Japan in this magnificent Heian Dynasty parade, the Aoi Matsuri Festival! 🎎👘🐂🏇 Blog out now!👉
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AKIRA Jun 24
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白井姉妹 Jun 23
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MKタクシー May 15
Replying to @MKofficial_PR
新緑の中を進む優雅な行列 北山大橋近く 加茂街道にて 2019.5.15 撮影
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MKタクシー May 15
Replying to @MKofficial_PR
葵祭の行列を先導する「検非違使」モチーフの衣装を着た『京都府警 平安騎馬隊』が祭の雰囲気にも合っていて、かっこいい 2019.5.15 撮影
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