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A little maid attending to the ceremonial ox cart - Jidai Matsuri Festival, Kyoto

Ceremonial Ox Cart – Kyoto Jidai Matsuri

A little maid attending to the ceremonial ox cart - Jidai Matsuri Festival, Kyoto

I took these photos of some of the many young and older men taking part in the grand Jidai Matsuri, or festival of the ages, in Kyoto a couple of years ago. From the flute playing young soldiers of…

Jidai Matsuri Men – Kyoto

Jidai Matsuri or Festival of the Ages, Kyoto. The festival began after the Emperor moved the capital away from Kyoto to Tokyo in The historical reenactment parade is performed in authentic costumes from feudal history through to the Meiji era.

Kyoto is a magical city.   It sounds sugarcoated but it's true.   With 400 shrines and 1,600 Buddhist temples it's difficult to choose your activities.   This list will help you make the most of your trip.

9 Principles of Japanese Art and Culture: Wabi-sabi (imperfect) Miyabi (elegance) Shibui (subtle) Iki (originality) Jo-ha-kyu (slow, accelerate, end) Yugen (mysterious) Geido (discipline and ethics) Ensou (the void) Kawaii (cute)

A boy in Japanese ancient ceremonial costume - Jidai Matsuri Festival, Kyoto

Kyoto Jidai Matsuri

A boy in Japanese ancient ceremonial costume - Jidai Matsuri Festival, Kyoto…

Kyoto Jidai Matsuri Costumes « Tokyobling's Blog

The Jidai Matsuri, or festival of the ages, is held in Kyoto and Tokyo once every year. They are slightly different although both of them focus on court and aristocratic costumes from Japanese hist…

Two Japanese ladies enjoying an ice-cream, sitting on a stone bench under a tree...during Summer ... somewhere in Arashima 嵐山...

Japan - A Candid Moment Between Friends in Arashiyama, Kyoto (Photo by Branandtan)

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