Images of Kyoto

Yesterday I found some photos stored in my computer. Watching them again brought back good memories.

The photos I found are from Kyoto. These are not the whole trip, some are missing. After all, I found them in my computer, not the backup disk.

I thought I could share them.

Maybe you´ll find them interesting… Maybe you can relate to them if they bring back memories of your own visit to Kyoto… I don´t know, I just hope you enjoy them.

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Nozomi Shinkansen. One of the fastest trains.
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Destination Kyoto.
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Inside the moving train.
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Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. We called it Kyoto bamboo forest.
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Light above.
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A see of bamboos
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Pathway to Tenryu-ji

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Gardens of Tenryu-ji Temple. Peaceful.
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Otagi Nenbutsu-ji
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Yesterday I just realized my parents appear in the photo! I was missing the details.
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Quiet and lonely street.
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Zenkoji-do
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Capturing the moment through a fisheye.
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Ray of light.
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Off we go to the top.
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Kiyomizudera Temple.
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Long street ahead.
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On our way back.

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Images of Kyoto

  1. Yes yes this post definitely brought back memories of our first Japan trip some years ago. I’ve never been to Kyoto though and your pictures of the place look amazing. So serene. And so that’s how Nozomi looks like. We went only got to ride the JR 500 and I remember my son telling me that he would love to ride Nozomi next time because it’s even faster.

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    1. Yes! Next time you travel to Japan you must plan a visit to Kyoto. Then you´ll ride Nozomi 😉 We´ve been several places and Kyoto was, for me, the best one. Of course, Tokyo is another thing. God willing, we are returning in March again to see the cherry blossoms! You are so much nearer than us. Lucky you! hehe 🙂

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