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Sharing our experiences in Kyoto to the world, from the autumn leaves to the Gion Festival(Page5).

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Miyama's snow festival and the thatched roofs are a sight to behold at night

Feel the festive spirit at Miyama with Sharing Kyoto. The snow lanterns and thatched roofs ofMiyama are a special sight.
Miyuki Apr. 17, 2017
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We went to Sake Spring's press event at Taizo-in Temple!

Sharing Kyoto’s Erika went and joined the media event of a sake event held in May in Kyoto!
Erika Apr. 17, 2017
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A “cool” Mitarashi Festival – this is how we welcome summer in Kyoto! Part 2

Second part of Sharing Kyoto's Mitarashi Festival Report, where we finally get to the beer and all the yummy stuff!
Shiho Apr. 04, 2017
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A “cool” Mitarashi Festival – this is how we welcome summer in Kyoto!

The summer in Kyoto is hot, but you can cool down at the Mitarashi Festival and experience the rituals with a can of beer in one hand and a dumpling in the other.
Shiho Apr. 04, 2017
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A nice, refreshing kaiseki lunch over a river in Kyoto

Sharing Kyoto's writers went to get something light, but traditional, and haute cuisine for lunch, so of course it was time to head to Ponto-cho!
Erika Apr. 04, 2017
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Shiho is going to teach you how to cook traditional Japanese mochi at home!

Sharing Kyoto's writers are going to tell you how you can make mochi rice cakes at home all by yourself!
Erika Apr. 04, 2017
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Fantastic autumn illumination event at Kifune shrine

Kifune Shrine may be a bit far from the center of Kyoto, but the shrine is incredibly beautiful during the autumn leaves season.
Erika Apr. 04, 2017
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Kodai-ji Temple illuminated at night is an otherwordly sight

Seeing Kodai-ji Temple illuminated at night is something everyone should get to experience at least once during their lifetime.
Shiho Apr. 04, 2017
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At Pagong they use a kimono dying method to make aloha shirts

Sharing Kyoto's writers went to Pagong and saw first hand how they make their aloha shirts using the kimono dying method.
Miyuki Apr. 04, 2017
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Try grinding matcha by yourself in Kyoto and experience the tea ceremony

The traditional Japanese tea ceremony with matcha you grind yourself, this experience couldn't be missed by Sharing Kyoto writers!
Miyuki Apr. 04, 2017

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