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⛩ Fushimi Inari Taisha #伏見稲荷大社 is the head shrine of the god Inari, located in #
⛩ Fushimi Inari Taisha #伏見稲荷大社 is the head shrine of the god Inari, located in #Fushimi Ward in Kyoto, Japan. The shrine sits at the base of a mountain also named Inari which is 233 metres above sea level, and includes trails up the mountain to many smaller shrines which span 4 kilometres and take approximately 2 hours to walk up. First and foremost, Inari is the god of rice, but merchants and manufacturers have traditionally worshiped Inari as the patron of business. Each of the #torii at Fushimi #Inari Taisha has been donated by a Japanese business. This popular shrine is said to have as many as 32,000 sub-shrines (bunsha #分社 throughout Japan. ⛩ Храм Фусими Инари, основанный в 711 году — главная святыня божества Инари. Храм расположен в префектуре Киото. Храмовый комплекс расположен на горе #Инарияма, и включает в себя целую систему дорожек, ведущих ко многим малым святыням. Дорога к храму имеет протяжённость 4 километра и подъём занимает приблизительно 2 часа. У входа к храмам Инари обычно стоят одно или несколько тории цвета #киновари и несколько статуй #кицунэ, часто украшенных красными #ёдарэкакэ (нагрудниками), приносимыми в знак уважения. Красный цвет стал ассоциироваться с Инари из-за частого его использования в её храмах и тории. В таком же стиле выполнены и дорожки, ведущие к расположенному на холме главному храму Инари в Киото. . . . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan#wearetravelgirls#travelblogger#путешествия#traveleroftheweek
21.02.2019 10:59:17
🎋 #Bamboo Forest, or #Arashiyama Bamboo Grove or Sagano Bamboo Forest, is a natu
🎋 #Bamboo Forest, or #Arashiyama Bamboo Grove or Sagano Bamboo Forest, is a natural forest of bamboo in Arashiyama, Kyoto, Japan. The forest consists of several pathways for tourists and visitors. The Ministry of the Environment considers it a part of the soundscape of Japan. 🎋 Бамбуковый лес, или Arashiyama Bamboo Grove или Sagano Bamboo Forest, является естественным бамбуковым лесом в Арасияме, Киото, Япония. Лес состоит из нескольких тропинок для туристов и посетителей. Министерство окружающей среды считает его частью звукового ландшафта Японии. . . . . . . . . . . . . . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan#wearetravelgirls#girlsborntotravel#femmetravel#travelblogger#travelgoals#путешествия#traveleroftheweek#бамбук#bamboo#bambooforest
20.02.2019 03:50:06
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👘Аренда #кимоно  #着物 и прогулка в нем по Киото стали в последнее время очень поп
👘Аренда #кимоно#着物 и прогулка в нем по Киото стали в последнее время очень популярными среди туристов. Посещение древних святынь и храмов Японии в национальной японской одежде позволяет погрузиться в непередаваемую атмосферу Страны восходящего солнца. По статистике более 80% современных японцев хоть раз надевали кимоно. Для некоторых это рабочая форма – гейши, майко, актеры театра Кабуки и театра Но, жрецы и монахи, остальные надевают кимоно только в особых случаях – для занятий танцами, искусствами, на свадьбу, другие семейные торжества или на карнавалы и национальные праздники. Поэтому люди в кимоно это не редкость на улицах Японии. Мест, где можно арендовать кимоно в Японии много. Помимо полного комплекта одежды, включая носки и обувь, за дополнительную плату клиенту сделают соответствующую прическу и специфический белый японский макияж, профессиональную фотосъемку и обработку фотографий. Как правило, арендовать можно не только женское кимоно, но и мужское и детское, а также свадебное кимоно белого цвета с оригинальным головным убором. Что включено в стоимость кимоно: верхняя часть, пояс, #нагаюбан (средний слой – халат из хлопка или шелка), #хадаги (нижняя рубашка), #цури (сандалии), #таби (носки), традиционная сумка и шаль в зимний период. Мужской вариант будет состоять из #кимоно, пояса, #хаори (куртка), сандалий, таби и сумки. . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan
19.02.2019 15:26:13
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chōchin ja: #提灯 Бумажные фонарики чочин — традиционн
🏮 English is below 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 chōchin ja: #提灯 Бумажные фонарики чочин — традиционная форма освещения в Японии. Их делают из гофрированной бумаги, аккуратно склеенной с бамбуковым каркасом. Такие японские фонарики обычно зажигают на японских фестивалях, вешают на карнизе у входа в здание, особенно в ресторанах и гостиницах. Обычай использования японских фонариков появился вместе с буддизмом в конце 6 века. А техника их изготовления не меняется вот уже 300 лет. Большая часть работы делается вручную мастерами, которые посвятили созданию этих прекрасных предметов сердце и душу. ‌‌‌‌🏮 #Chochin are Japanese lanterns that have been crafted in Japan as far back as 1085. They are traditionally made with a bamboo frame covered in silk or paper. Remarkably, traditional chochin can be folded flat for storage. This is an example of the early design prowess of Japan. Chochin are used to decorate shrines, temples and businesses. They are particularly associated with traditional drinking spots such as izakaya that usually have a red chochin out front with the name of the business written in shoji calligraphy. In modern times, chochin range from fine crafts to cheap plastic trinkets. Perhaps the most famous chochin in Japan is the massive lantern that hangs at the thunder gate of Sensoji Temple in Tokyo. It weighs 700 kilograms, or 1540 pounds and is made with a high grade of bamboo from Kyoto. Chochin have been used to light the night for hundreds of years and have a special place in Japanese culture. Many Japanese festivals involve decorating shrines, temples and streets with chochin that often number in the thousands. In large numbers they give the streets a wonderful tinge of ambient light. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan#wearetravelgirls#girlsborntotravel#femmetravel#travelblogger#travelgoals#путешествия#traveleroftheweek
17.02.2019 02:22:59
🏃🏻‍♂️#Jinrikisha ( #人力車 ), which means “man-powered #vehicle”, were a common for
🏃🏻‍♂️#Jinrikisha ( #人力車 ), which means “man-powered #vehicle”, were a common form of transportation in Kyoto from the 1880s until the early twentieth century, when it became more fashionable to use bicycles, automobiles and street trams. A local company is now producing two-seater Meiji-period-style jinrikisha, and has revived this more environmentally friendly form of transportation for tourists. Strapping, sun-tanned lads, and occasionally a few young women, pull jinrikisha around Kyoto’s main tourist areas. It’s a fun way to see the sites and to discover a few hidden spots in any season – they all have hoods to protect passengers from sun and rain. There are jinrikisha stations in front of #Heian-jingu, near #Nanzen-ji and at #Arashiyama on the northwest side of Togetsu-kyo bridge, covering three routes: Kiyomizu-dera to #Yasaka-jinja,#Heian-jingū to #Ginkaku-ji and around Arashiyama. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan#wearetravelgirls#girlsborntotravel#femmetravel#travelblogger#travelgoals#путешествия#traveleroftheweek
14.02.2019 12:03:03
🏯 A #chōzuya or #temizuya (手水舎?) is a Shinto water ablution pavilion for a cerem
🏯 A #chōzuya or #temizuya (手水舎?) is a Shinto water ablution pavilion for a ceremonial purification rite known as #temizu. Water-filled basins, called chōzubachi, are used by worshipers for washing their left hands, right hands, mouth and finally the handle of the water ladle to purify themselves before approaching the main Shinto shrine or shaden (Japanese: 社殿). This symbolic purification is normal before worship and all manned shrines have this facility, as well as many Buddhist temples and some new religious houses of worship. The temizuya is usually an open area where clear water fills one or various stone basins. Wooden dippers are usually available to worshipers. Originally, this purification was done at a spring, stream or seashore and this is still considered the ideal. Worshipers at the Inner Shrine at Ise still use this traditional way of ablution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan#wearetravelgirls#girlsborntotravel#femmetravel#travelblogger#travelgoals#путешествия#traveleroftheweek
08.02.2019 07:52:47
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🏯🔖 These wooden prayer tablets or #Ema were seen at the Kiyomizu-dera #Temple, i
🏯🔖 These wooden prayer tablets or #Ema were seen at the Kiyomizu-dera #Temple, in Kyoto, Japan. Ema are small wooden plaques on which Shinto worshippers write their prayers or wishes. The ema are then left hanging up at the shrine, where the kami (spirits or gods) receive them. They bear various pictures, often of animals or other Shinto imagery, and many have the word gan'i, meaning "wish", written along the side. In ancient times people would donate horses to the shrines for good favor, over time this was transferred to a wooden plaque with a picture of a horse, and later still to the various wooden plaques sold today for the same purpose. Ema are sold for various wishes. Common reasons for buying a plaque are for success in work or on exams, marital bliss, to have children, and health. Some shrines specialize in certain types of these plaques, and the larger shrines may offer more than one. Sales of ema help support the shrine financially. At some shrines, such as Meiji Shrine in Tokyo, one can find ema in many languages, as tourists leave their own wishes and prayers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan#wearetravelgirls#girlsborntotravel#femmetravel#travelblogger#travelgoals#путешествия#traveleroftheweek
04.02.2019 01:05:20
🏯 Hokan-ji Temple is known colloquially as Yasaka-no-to (Yasaka Pagoda). It is a
🏯 Hokan-ji Temple is known colloquially as Yasaka-no-to (Yasaka Pagoda). It is a 46-meter tall pagoda with graceful, sloping roofs on each tier, which lies in the middle of an old Kyoto neighborhood, between Kiyomizu-dera Temple and Yasaka-jinja Shrine. It is one of the unexpected treasures that reward the person on a casual stroll through the Higashiyama District. Visitors are allowed inside to marvel at the tower's architecture, statues and fading paintings. Originally built by the Imperial Prince Shotoku in 589, the pagoda is said to have been inspired by a dream. 👘 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan#wearetravelgirls#girlsborntotravel#femmetravel#travelblogger#travelgoals#путешествия#traveleroftheweek#kimono#кимоно
02.02.2019 09:53:32
🏯 #Kinkakuji ( #金閣寺, Golden Pavilion) is a #Zen temple in northern Kyoto whose t
🏯 #Kinkakuji ( #金閣寺, Golden Pavilion) is a #Zen temple in northern Kyoto whose top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf. Formally known as Rokuonji, the temple was the retirement villa of the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, and according to his will it became a Zen temple of the Rinzai sect after his death in 1408. Kinkakuji was the inspiration for the similarly named Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion), built by Yoshimitsu's grandson, Ashikaga Yoshimasa, on the other side of the city a few decades later. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan#wearetravelgirls#girlsborntotravel#femmetravel#travelblogger#travelgoals#путешествия#traveleroftheweek
01.02.2019 00:03:55
🌳 🏯 Toji Temple, literally "East Temple", was founded at the beginning of the #H
🌳 🏯 Toji Temple, literally "East Temple", was founded at the beginning of the #Heian Period just after the capital was moved to Kyoto in the late 700s. The Five-story pagoda of Tō-ji stands 54.8 meters (180 feet) high, and is the tallest wooden tower in Japan. The large temple, together with its now defunct sister temple Saiji ("West Temple"), flanked the south entrance to the city and served as the capital's guardian temples. Toji Temple is one of Kyoto's many #UNESCO world heritage sites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #kyoto#travel#travelgram#japan#travelphotography#traveltheworld#travelblog#instatravel#киото#Япония#fotooftheday#wonderful_places#ig_nature#naturelovers#nature_shooters#japan#wearetravelgirls#girlsborntotravel#femmetravel#travelblogger#travelgoals#путешествия#traveleroftheweek
31.01.2019 05:01:39
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