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Warish Akram Jul 10
PM on 30 August 2014 announced his plans to transform into a smart, modern eco-friendly city like . PM Modi's constituency today after a few hours of rain.
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Camellia Tea Ceremony Jul 9
Has your skin suffered with all this mask wearing? Has 2020 added more worry lines? Fear not, there is a shrine for you💪😚 Utsukushi Gozen-sha (美御前社) enshrines 3 'goddesses of beauty': Ichikishima-hime (市杵島姫神), Tagori-hime (田心姫神) & Tagitsu-hime (湍津姫神).
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Camellia Tea Ceremony 27m
Translators (or anyone with a basic grasp of English)...look away now. This week Kyoto City launched a fresh campaign directed at visitors to Gion. In recent years bad behaviour and littering have been causing problems, so a new attempt is being made to educate tourists.
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Wrath Of Gnon Jul 5
Replying to @wrathofgnon
“Forget the damned motor car and build cities for lovers and friends.” — Lewis Mumford
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Camellia Tea Ceremony 35m
Replying to @camelliakyoto
After heavy rains it takes a great deal of time for the water to drain out of the soil, especially during Rainy Season. When days are humid, it really feels like the mountains are sweating...water pouring over the riverbank roads and back into the river.
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Camellia Tea Ceremony Jul 11
Is this the most expensive card I've ever bought? Yes. Is it a present? Absolutely not. Was it worth it? Duh. 👺🎎☺️
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小泉盧生 & n 19h
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johnnyho 45m
Southern parts of Japan expecting torrential rainfall on Monday and Tuesday
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Camellia Tea Ceremony Jul 6
Tanabata (七夕-July 7th) is usually one of the best times to see Kemari (蹴鞠) in Kyōto. In many ways a ritualistic form of keepsie upsies, at Shiramine-jingu (白峯神宮) Kemari is played to entertain the gods. This year's event has been cancelled.
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Camellia Tea Ceremony Jul 9
Replying to @camelliakyoto
There are many stories attached to Yasaka-jinja, but one of my favourites concerns the vermillion Nishi Romon (西楼門). Built in 1497, it is said that spiders cannot spin their webs on the gate, birds are unable to make their nests, and even raindrops cannot settle!
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Camellia Tea Ceremony Jul 7
Six years ago we opened our first tearoom on Ninenzaka, and we could not have imagined welcoming so many of you. Almost unnoticed during the chaos of the last few months, but a huge milestone was reached this spring...we entertained our 100,000th guest!
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京・河原町 ひさご寿し 15m
Discover your favorite food in Japan "World Menu Hisagozusi" Menu written in English,한국어,简体中文 and 繁体字.
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Cool Japan Solo Travel Jul 11
Nights in Kyoto are really wonderful. I'd love to live there at least once. view
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Kyoto University Jul 7
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Kyoto Connection Jul 8
I still have a chance 🙏
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Kyoto University Jul 10
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Onigiro Pocket Japan Jul 11
Gozan no okuribi, also known as , is the climax of obon festivities: 6 kanji to guide ancestors from to the other world, all lighted in . .
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Travel Japan 33m
Why Ginkakuji (銀閣寺) isn't Silver Pavillion? If you want to know...check this post!
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TSUBAKI FM 22h
Tsubaki FM is now expanding beyond 🗾 From this week onwards, we will broadcast our shows from and alternately every Wednesday! Our first Wednesday show was by based in Kyoto who came with some vibes
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正寿院 shoujuin Jul 11
本日七十二候では「蓮始開」といいます。読み方は「はすはじめてひらく」です。 当院の代名詞の一つでもある花風鈴トンネルにも、蓮があります。探して見て下さい。
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