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By Katheryne Samoylova 5 min read
Daimonji Yaki is a spectacular ancient festival in Kyoto that is a wonderful end to the long hot summer in Japan.
A stone’s throw away from Kyoto’s Nanzen-ji lies the beautiful Lake Biwako Canal.
The Gion Matsuri is a living symbol of Kyoto’s rich history and culture and is a must see festival in July.
My trip down memory lane, into some of Kyoto’s finest sites was a great day trip away from Osaka.
A truly unique al fresco dining experience that dates back to the Edo period.
Hirosawa pond, though still popular, somehow feels less discovered. Out on the water, where it’s cool and dark, there is a sense of distance from the throng, of being alone but part of an quintessentially Japanese scene.
The Temple of the Golden Pavilion in all its majesty is something you must see with your own eyes to believe.
The Fushimi Inari Shrine is home to 10,000 Torii gates that are seen as an enterance to a sacred shrine in Shinto religion.