Through the endless exploration to the boundless Japan, Kyoto infinitely steals a special spot in my heart. Getting swept away by its eminently serene temples, sublime gardens, cultural shrines and the flawless aura of the geisha, one can only argue what is there not to love about Kyoto. Once a reining national capital for more than 1000 years, Kyoto had proven itself to be filled with rich culture with 17 World Heritage Sites.
Pacing through the red gates of Fushimi Inari Taisha, gazing at the elegance of geisha in Gion, immersing in the gold prefecture temple in Kinkakuji and the magnificent cherry blossoms that coolly invites you to skip through Philosopher’s Walk. These are just a few of the countless places to soak yourself in the heritage of Kyoto.
I’m waiting ever so patiently for Mother Nature to take its course for Autumn to dawn. The picturesque autumn leaves sway tenderly with the November wind and the burst of orange welcomes and awaits me to re-visit Kyoto. Till we meet again in November!
beautiful capture and awesome caputre
Thanks for the kind words! 🙂 🙂 really appreciate it!
Warna pink bunga sakura yang bermekaran, atap bangunan tua, semua berpadu indah! Patut di-postcard-kan 😀
TErima kasih banyak sudah berkunjung! Really appreciate it 🙂 🙂
Arrgh Kyoto…. always beautiful… kangen kesana lagi…
I miss Kyoto so much as well. Hopefully will be back in autumn 🙂 🙂
i’ve been to the first 2 temples. but not yet the last one. i assume that’s the ‘silver temple’?
Yes Rudy, It is another picturesque moment in Kyoto, worth a visit! 🙂 🙂