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Tag Archives: Kyoto
A noodle house called Tawaraya in Kyoto, Japan serves udon soup with a noodle so long and thick that only one noodle is used per bowl. We usually do not report on noodle shops, but this photo makes us so … Continue reading
When most people think of geishas in Kyoto, they think of Gion. However, the real heart of traditional nightlife in Kyoto is several blocks away, on a small alleyway called Pontocho Dori, running west along the Kamo River. During the … Continue reading
Kyoto Station in Japan is unique in that it has a wide, open staircase inside it leading to an observation floor at the top of the building. This photo is from near the top of the staircase, looking down into … Continue reading
Something even more beautiful than cherry blossoms … cherry blossom “snowflakes” falling to the ground. Sadly, after only a few days of the springtime breeze, the cherry trees are stripped of their pink splendor. (H/t Japan Style) Related articles Photo … Continue reading