Riverside Kyoto

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Japan, Kyoto

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

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

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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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