Explore In The Spring, Horde, and more!

Explore related topics

After viewing cherry blossoms in the evening along the small side streets of Kyoto, take in an elegant Maiko (apprentice geisha) dance while enjoying some Kyoto cuisine in this relaxing, dreamlike course.<br/>(About 4.5 hours)

After viewing cherry blossoms in the evening along the small side streets of Kyoto, take in an elegant Maiko (apprentice geisha) dance while enjoying some Kyoto cuisine in this relaxing, dreamlike course.

Learn about the 5 Geisha districts of Kyoto, Japan.  This one is Pontocho hanamachi by day

Exploring the geisha districts of Kyoto

Pontocho Alley in Kyoto is a hanamachi or geisha district. Read about all 5 of Kyotos geisha districts and plan your own walking tour.

Hanami: a guide to cherry blossom viewing in Japan The cherry blossom is richly symbolic within Japan – it is depicted on the 100 yen coin and was used as a symbol to stoke nationalism during World War II. Many Japanese believe that the blooming of the trees symbolises the transience of life and is an annual reminder that time is precious. The cherry blossom cycle is seen as a metaphor for life itself.

Sakura season in Kyoto

Kawadoko in Kyoto is the name for the restaurant situated on top of the river.  In  summer, take a meal while listening to the sound of running water.

The best way to "do lunch" IMHO (Kawadoko in Kyoto is the name for the restaurant situated on top of the river.

Shitenno-ji temple, Osaka, Japan

thekimonogallery: ‘The Bandaged Tree’: Shitenno-ji temple, Osaka, Japan by dai oni

Pinterest
Search