Riverside Kyoto

Japan, Kyoto

Kamo River runs thru Kyoto City from north to south and you can go across it like below.




In my opinion, bicycle riders of Kyoto run pretty faster than Tokyo riders. Be careful.


I found an interesting reflection of the waters of Higashi Honganji Temple.


And the Takase River as the end of the Kyoto trip this year…




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A photo&travel lover, based in Tokyo. Work as media relations coordinator full-time. Loves to capture a broad landscape of town or nature and a scenery with something old and classic. Started using a film SLR from winter 2016.

2 thoughts on “Riverside Kyoto”

  1. Phoebe Nguyen says:

    Hi Ayako,

    Amazing photos! There’s always something about Japan that I love, something mysterious, something peaceful, something rush, something cute, I don’t know! I’m saving up for my trip to Japan next year. Love seeing your photos!

    By the way, can I ask what films you use for these photos?

    • Hi, Phoebe, thank you for the comment!
      The film I used was Fuji color negative (industrial) 100, if I am right.
      Hope you can make a big trip to Japan next year!

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