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Kyoto Traveler's Aoi Festival Guide

Aoi Festival is one of the most historical, valuable and prestigious festivals in Japan. It is called a festival, but it is actually somewhere between a festival and a ritual. 1,336 more words


Lonely Sakura at Dohisha University

Many beautiful cherry trees are planted in popular tourist spots in Kyoto. However, some pretty ones can also be found in private locations. I particularly love the Sakura tree planted in front of my old office at the Murata R&D building. 28 more words


Kyoto Imperial Palace Spring Public Opening 2015

To see Kyoto Imperial Palace, visitors usually have to make a reservation in advance. However, there are two times a year when everybody can go inside the gate, in the spring and autumn. 168 more words


4 Parks to Go in Kyoto

Kyoto City is famous for having a plenty of cultural and historical resources.
However, because it is surrounded by multiple mountains, Kyoto also boasts a rich natural environment. 321 more words


Japan - Video Compilation

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Birds of Tokyo – Lanterns


Kyoto Imperial Palace

Kyoto Imperial Palace is the imperial family-related facilities in Kyoto.
Since the 14th century, until 1869,
Emperors is living in there and it was a place where hold a ceremony and public service. 115 more words

Traces Of Historical Events

Japan - Kyoto - Imperial Palace

The Imperial Palace in Kyoto is the former ruling palace of the Emperor of Japan before it was moved to Tokyo in 1868 during the Meiji Restoration. 286 more words