Fushimi Inari Shrine remains one of my most memorable experiences in #Japan . Famous for it’s 32000 vermillion gates called torii that crawl up to the top of sacred mount #Inari , getting a clean shot of gates is almost impossible with thousands of tourists swarming the complex. This shot was taken after 16 mins of patient waiting and countless hits on the head by #selfie sticks! #kyoto
こんばんは(*´ч ` *)
TOPSCAFE is a internet cafe in front of KYOTO station,JAPAN
We are open 24hours all year around.
You can stay at midnight, and enjoy free drinks and games.
You can take a shower, you have to pay 300yen per 12 minutes.
Aloha Friday! Throw back to 2018 when we went to Japan. Still thinking about this whole trip so often and how there is nothing like discovering new territories, new cultures, new heritage. This one was taken at Fushimi Inari-Taisha in Kyoto, also known as the "red gates". We started early so we would enjoy a quiet hike. It took us 2 hours to reach the top, or 12,000 steps to climb and 10,000 red gates to see. The best part was of course to stop get matcha on the way down!
Aujourd'hui c'était découverte d'un bout d'entraînement d'un Samouraï à Kyoto.
On nous a d'abord appris à manier un sabre en bois, puis par la suite un véritable katana.
On a pu découper une sorte de bambou, puis on a terminé par de la méditation et de la musique traditionnelle.
Je vous montrerai tout ça soon !
En tout cas, c'était génial !
Now how cute is this..?!!😍😍
Did you know Japanese word for Cute is 'かわいい' pronounced as 'kawaii'. ________________________________________________
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Kyoto’s historic Gion district is famed for its stone-paved alleyways with wooden machiya (townhouses), where kimono-clad geisha en route to entertain at local ochaya (traditional teahouses) are an everyday sight. In fact, visitors from other parts of Japan often visit the Gion district dressed in kimonos to show respect. But in recent years, travelers have reportedly been causing a ruckus trying to photograph the residents of this deeply traditional area, even trespassing on private property to get their ideal shot. Now, a fine has been implemented for anyone trying to take pictures of geisha in Gion. Learn more at the link in our bio. Photo by @nikkthequick. #afarmag#traveldeeper