Kyoto and Western Honshu

Despite a difficult introduction to Japan, I am learning to appreciate this country more each day. I am so fortunate to be experiencing its rich culture and natural beauty. Here are a few of my favourite sightings.

Spotted at Fushimi-Ku
Spotted at Fushimi-Ku
Fushimi-Ku Shrine
Fushimi-Ku Shrine
Kimonos on Kamogawa River
Kimonos on Kamogawa River
Giggles (Kamogawa River)
Giggles (Kamogawa River)
Elegant outing to Pontocho Alley
Elegant outing to Pontocho Alley
Tanimoto <3
Tanimoto ❤
Grocery shopping at Nishiki Market
Grocery shopping at Nishiki Market

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Temple stroll
Temple stroll
Shinto Graveyard
Shinto Graveyard
KInka-ku Ji (The Silver Temple)
KInka-ku Ji (The Silver Temple)
Kinka-ku Ji
Kinka-ku Ji
Gio-Ji Temple, Arashiyama
Gio-Ji Temple, Arashiyama
Mossy overgrowth at Gio-ji
Mossy overgrowth at Gio-ji
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest
GInkaku ji- The Golden Temple
GInkaku ji- The Golden Temple
Akashi Kaikyō Bridge- the longest suspension bridge in the world.
Akashi Kaikyō Bridge- the longest suspension bridge in the world.
Mejii Castle
Mejii Castle
Kobe 1995 Memorial
Kobe 1995 earthquake Memorial
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  1. Wow…..these are absolutely incredible!

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