Japan – Kyoto In Pictures

Photo / Reise / January 11, 2016

This is in my opinion the most beautiful Japanese city. The harmony of traditional streets and fairytale like parks are shining in the eyes of glammed up Geikos and magical tea pots. For this blog post I am going to let my photos do the talking. Enjoy!

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This guy really made our day! He felt it was his duty to make sure that we saw all the beauties of what Kyoto can offer. So he walked around with us the whole day showing us the Kyoto pearls. He was a proud man, and he said he couldn’t think of a better way of spending his days showing off his favourite city. What a wonderful man.

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I adore these Tanuki statues (fyi, this cute little raccoon thing is supposed to bring good fortune to business):

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The International Manga Museum in Kyoto:

Make sure you stop by this coffee shop: % Arabica.

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3D coffee art, chopstick theatre, sweetness overload, rice balls, and more coffee is undoubtably part of your Kyoto experience:

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Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion):

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Kyoto has become a favourite. No need to explain why!

 

Best Regards
Renate

Quote Of The Day:
“Photography is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.”
― Alfred Stieglitz






6 Comments

on January 12, 2016

Helt nydelige bilder :) Du har skjønt det reis mens du er ung og moro å følge med deg/dere.

on January 13, 2016

Snart ti måneder etter å ha vært der, er jeg fortsatt forundret over hvor innmari godt jeg likte Kyoto, og hvorfor i all verden jeg ikke hadde hatt noe spesielt ønske om å dra til Japan. Glad jeg havnet der allikevel :-) For noen utrolig vakre bilder fra Gullpaviljongen!

    on January 13, 2016

    Glad du havnet der jeg og :D det er rart hvordan vi kan forandre synet på et sted etter vi faktisk har besøkt det. Hadde samme greia med Indonesia; hadde veldig lave forventinger før jeg dro, men falt pladask da jeg ankom stedet :P
    Tusen takk, Marianne, det setter jeg stor pris på å høre <3

on January 13, 2016

Åååh, så nydelige bilder! Får lyst til å ta turen til Kyoto med en gang! :)

Hva slags kamera bruker du forresten?

    on January 13, 2016

    Tusen takk, kjære Kjersti :D Jeg bruker Sony Nex 5t



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