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January 22, 2018

Sekizanzenin Temple, one of the sub-temples of Hieizan Enryakuji Temple, is said to be protecting the east-north direction of Kyoto with its benefit of driving away evils and disasters. 
 

As shown in the picture below, OMIKUJIs (fortune slips) here are contained i...

January 22, 2018

Kodai-ji temple was established in 1606 by Nene (often known by the title "Kita no Mandokoro"), the widow of Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Nene is very famous for her contribution in supporting her husband whose life was stormy and full of drama.

Hideyoshi, a child of a peasant,...

January 16, 2018

My friend who takes tea ceremony lessons said, "It's nice to wear KIMONOs, but KIMONOs require high maintenance and cost too much".  Indeed, it will be quite a price if you take them to professional cleaning. Besides, if it rains...your KIMONO will have countless numbe...

January 16, 2018

Talking about Kyoto delicacies, it's TSUKEMONO, Japanese pickles. Among the most famous ones, namely, SENMAI-ZUKE (pickled sliced radishes), SUGUKI (pickled turnip-like vegetable), and SHIBA-ZUKE (chopped pickled vegetables), I love SUGUKI best. 


SUGUKI is or...

January 16, 2018

It's cold everyday. You'll never know how cold it is unless you live here. Whenever I'm feeling chilled to the bone, ANKAKE UDON, noodles in thick starchy sauce, does the trick.


Shinodaya, established more than 100 years ago, offers good dishes at reasonable prices. Th...

January 14, 2018

In old days, a time when KIMONOs were the only choice for clothing, there was no custom to wear accessories, such as rings nor earrings, let alone pierced earrings, and it's still a commonsense among elderly people. 

At that time, the only item allowed was hair orn...

January 10, 2018

It's been quite cold these days. I always feel an urge to have something warm in such freezing weather. Today, I'd like to introduce you a winter specialty in Kyoto called "MUSHI ZUSHI (steamed SUSHI bowl)".

Right around the corner of Shijo and Shinkyogoku str...

January 9, 2018

This year is the 150th anniversary of TAISEIHOKAN (Restoration of Imperial Rule) in Japan, and also is a fun year for Late Tokugawa period fans since the TAIGA drama (long running series of annual historical TV drama broadcast by NHK) "SEGO-DON*" was stared. 

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January 7, 2018

In order to start a new year with a lot of good luck, we Japanese visit shrines or temples and pray for a prosperous year.

Kyoto Ebisu-jinja enshrines a god for wealth, commonly known as Ebisu-san. Along with Nishinomiya Ebisu and Osaka Imamiya Ebisu, Kyoto Ebisu is lis...

January 7, 2018

January 4th is the KEMARI day in Shimogamo jinja.

The origin of KEMARI could be traced back to the period when Buddhism was introduced to Japan. Today, in Shimogamo shrine, shinto priests dressed up in Heian noblemen's costumes, such as Suikan** along with Hakama*** and...

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