Articles with tag: Nefer

I continued walking around  Kyoto (Kyoto. Sanjusangendo and Kiyomizu-dera. P.1). I reached  Kiyomizu-dera . Here's some information about the atomic bomb. There was a nasty turn in the weather, it to drizzle. But I was elated, and it was just an unfortunate misunderstanding...
I came to  Kyoto , took a map, and set off. It was overcast. On the way, I visited a convenience store, bought coffee and onigiri, had breakfast, and went to the  Sanjusangendo  Temple. Such a difficult name, try to say it out loud :) It means "Thirty-Three Length...
Higashiyama is one of the preserved historical districts of the city. There you can feel the atmosphere of ancient  Kyoto . I came out of the  Kiyomizu-dera Temple and saw a lively picture. Several streets lead down from Clear Water Temple: Kiyomizu-zaka,...
Yasaka Shrine  is located in the Gion district. The temple was built in 656 and is dedicated to the mighty god Takehaya Susanoo-no Mikoto, his wife Kushi-Inada-Hime-no Mikoto, and their eight children. This is a Shinto shrine. It is often called a joss house. The place is very...
On the territory of the  Heian Shrine (Kyoto. Yasaka Shrine And Heian Shrine), there is the Shin'en garden. Perhaps it's even more interesting than the temple itself. Admission is 600 yen. It is beautiful during any time of the year. Sakura in  Kyoto...
This is the famous  Silver Pavilion - a national treasure of Japan listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site! The building has two tiers: first floor - Shinku-den - is in the Shoin style (it's the traditional Japanese style), the second - Cho-onkaku - is in the style of...
After walking through the territory of the  Kyoto Castle (Kyoto Castle And Imperial Palace. P.1), I went to look for a place to eat. I left the castle, went down the street turning my head from one side to another looking for a good place to eat. I saw an advertising placard - a...
In  Kyoto, I enjoyed the city and its  atmosphere. It was early in the morning when I took the photo below; the streets were still empty. Below is a view of the Higashi Honganji temple. It was just wonderful! I decided to start my day by visiting the  Kyoto Castle . I...
Okinawa is the southernmost prefecture of Japan. It consists of hundreds of small islands forming the Ryukyu archipelago. The main island is also called Okinawa. The administrative center of the Prefecture is the city of Naha. A monorail train runs from the airport to Shuri Castle. The line runs...
In the photo, there’s a stone gate Sonohyan-utaki, an object of the UNESCO cultural heritage. Behind, there’s a sacred place where the prayer ceremonies were held before leaving the King outside the castle. The gate is made of coral limestone and show a laying of that time. It was open only for the...

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