Kyoto Pictures

Welcome to Kyoto – the old Japanese city well-known for its stunning temples, gardens, breath-taking shrines and secret liaisons.


Kyoto has over 100 Buddhist temples and gardens that can be discovered by its visitors.

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One of the most famous temples is the Temple of the Golden Pavilion – Kinkaku-ji that attracts the largest number of tourists each day.

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Kyoto as a city is very rich in traditions and Buddhist religion. It’s incredibly colorful.


The most recognizable building in all of Kyoto is mentioned previously Kinkaku-ji (the Temple of the Golden Pavilion). Did you know that the top two levels of the three-level temple are covered in pure gold leaf? The temple, together with its reflection in the pond in front of it, make for a truly breathtaking view!

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In today’s post we are sharing our photography from one of the most fascinating places in Japan hoping that you will feel the special vibe of Kyoto through these pictures.

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The city is filled with colorful lanterns decorated with Japanese characters.


One of Kyoto’s highlights is Nijo Castle built in 1626.


If you ask nicely, you can take a picture with someone wearing kimono. There are also many places where you can rent one yourself (also available for men).


Would you add Kyoto for your travel bucket list?

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Agness Walewinder
Travel freak, vagabond, photography passionate, blogger, life enthusiast, backpacker, adventure hunter and endless energy couchsurfer living by the rule "Pack lite, travel far and live long!"
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