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    vol.108:Kyoto Local Sweet

    We’re going to share with you the popular Kyoto sweets.We all know and love Kyoto. We’ve seen all of those gorgeous ?c

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    vol.109:Goshuincho Connects Tourists

    In Japan, there is a custom to receive Goshuin, 御朱印, the seal when visiting Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples. ?c

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    vol.110:Beautiful Hydrangea Garden Mimc

    Even after the end of the state of emergency, people in the entire country are requested to exercise social distanci?c

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    vol.111:Hydrangea Garden Fujinomori Shc

    Fujinomori shrine is located in southern Kyoto. This small shrine is where it has been founded by Emperor Jingu even?c

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    vol.112:The Ancient Aqueduct Location

    When in Kyoto be sure to visit the large brick aqueduct that passes through the Nanzenji Temple grounds. Built duri?c

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    vol.113: Lotus Flower Viewing

    One of the many famous flowers that begin to bloom in July is the lotus flower. A beautiful flower that has been pop?c

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    vol.114:Gion Matsuri Festival

    Gion Matsuri Festival is one of the most prominent festivals in Japan and the symbol of July in Kyoto. The excitemen?c

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    vol.115:Two Power Spots in Kyoto

    Seimei ShrineSeimei Shrine is dedicated to the Heian Period court astrologer, cosmologist and astronomer Abe no Seim?c

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    vol.116:Three Zen Garden Make You Peacc

    As you approach the Zen Garden, You will instantly find yourself cast away into a world of tranquillity. Close your ?c

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    vol.117:Motifs In Kyoto

    What do you see while you strolling the temples or shrines?It would be white sand, the position of stones, or beauti?c

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  2. Vol.179:Uji City, associated with Murasaki Shikibu


  3. Vol.178:Weeping plum and camellia festival


  4. Vol.177:Zodiac tapestry


  5. Vol.176:Next year’s zodiac sign is the year of the drago…