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Everything about Kyoto just bursts with tradition and culture, there are few better places to look for a glimpse into Japan’s fascinating past than their previous capital city. With white winters, orange autumns, pink springs and green summers, Kyoto looks spectacular no matter the season with each bringing it’s own distinct mood, backdrop and seasonal color.
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Photo Credit: Flickr / Jirka Matousek Once the capital of Japan for over a millennium, Kyoto is the land to seek if you’re looking to immerse yourself in the beauty of Japanese tradition and culture. The city may have retained most of its historical charm, but Kyoto is not always about Shinto shrines or Buddhist temples. Hidden
(Vicky Chung) Just like how no two snowflakes are alike, no sushis are the same. Many people scour through Japan guidebooks to find Kyoto’s most famed sushi — the most authentic sushi Japan has to offer. Even with a guidebook in hand, with endless sushi restaurants lined up in the streets of Kyoto, it’s only
There are 10 Pokémon Centers all over Japan, with the latest branch in Kyoto. Mimicking the ones in the video games which trainers visit while during their journey to becoming a Pokémon master, Kyoto has the most traditional Pokémon Center and it also carries exclusive merchandise only limited to that store! KKday shows you a