By Higashiyama-ku

I strolled the narrow streets and lanes by Kyoto’s Higashiyama Mountains amongst the crowd, surprised by the number of people, both men and women, in traditional dress.

Ninen zaka, Kyoto
Ninen zaka, Kyoto

Along the route were more shops and restaurants, but this time I lifted my gazed. Above the distractions of fans, kimonos, pottery and multiple souvenirs, were beautifully maintained traditional Japanese buildings.

Near Kodai-ji, Kyoto
One of the many tasteful buildings near Kodai-ji, Kyoto

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