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April 21, 2018

If you ask me about the best spots to view autumn foliage, I would list: Jingoji (神護寺) temple at the Takao (高雄) district, Kosanji (高山寺) temple at Toganowo (栂尾), and Saimyoji (西明寺) temple at Makikowo (槇尾). These three spots are collectively called as Sanbi (三尾). Na...

April 19, 2018

In the old days, the Kanji (漢字) characters for Fushimi (伏見) district were 伏水 which mean underflow water.  Literally, as its name expresses, there are sufficient flow of fresh water under the ground of Fushimi.

In the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, R...

April 18, 2018

Tabi (足袋) is a term for traditional socks unique to Japan, which is indispensable for Kimono (着物) style. Dating back to the Nara period, socks like we wear today was introduced from China, and was developed into Tabi shape later. Generally, white tabi is widely used, a...

April 17, 2018

Kamon (家紋) is a collective term for family emblems in Japan to express lineages, pedigrees, tiltes of the family. When I hear the term Kamon, it reminds me of the famous history TV drama, on which villans prostrate on the ground as the disguised Sho...

April 17, 2018

Nashinoki jinja (梨木神社) Shrine, located close to Kyoto Gosho (京都御所, Kyoto Imperial Palace), enshrines Sanjo Sanetsumu (三条実萬) and his son, Sanetomi (実美), both highly contributed to Meiji Ishin (明治維新, Meiji Restoration), and is said to be responsive to prayers for re...

April 15, 2018

The other day, I visited a cafe called "Papa Jon's" with Ms. Beniko, my colleague who is formally a Maiko (舞妓). This place is famous for the variety of New York style cheese cakes, and we had a good time.


Many of my readers might think that Kyoto residents have Japanes...

April 15, 2018

The charm of cherry blossoms is sometimes mysterious. It makes us happy, brings us excitment, and sometimes enchants our hearts. I have seen many cherry blossoms at various sites in Kyoto this year, and among them, the one at the Joshokoji (常照皇寺) temple in the Kei...

April 15, 2018

This year, the cherry blossom season has come and gone very quickly. It was all too soon just like a blink of an eye, and we all felt somewhat sad about it. I even had to convince myself, "At least I enjoyed some view. Might as well wait until next year." I hope my rea...

April 15, 2018

Fushimi Inari Taisha (伏見稲荷大社), also known as Oinari-san (お稲荷さん), is the most popular place to visit for overseas travelers. Many of our YUMEYAKATA customers visit the shrine in our beautiful Kimono too. Since its foundation in 711 A.D., the shrine has been deeply worsh...

April 14, 2018

Here's a funny story about Tasukigake (たすき掛け). I was speaking about Tasukigake as in tucking up Kimono sleeves with a string called Tasuki so as not to stain the sleeves, whereas my friend was referring to it as a method of factorization of math. For we don't wear...

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※Horario de atención al cliente cambiará a las 10: 00 ~ 17: 30 (entrada antes de las 5 pm) a partir del 11 de mayo de 2019.

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