Articles about events in Kyoto - page2

A lot happens in Kyoto during the year! From the traditional to the new and hip, we have you covered(Page2).

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4 events for 4 seasons!

There are 4 seasons in Japan, and here are the 4 best events for each season in Kyoto!
Erika Dec. 21, 2018
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Top Kyoto events you just have to go in May and June

Coming to Kyoto in May or June? Then you have to check out these events that bring out the best of Kyoto!
Sampo Dec. 21, 2018
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Top 3 weirdest festivals in Kyoto

There are peculiar festivals called “weird festivals” in Kyoto that have their own special customs. These festivals are called the “three weird festivals of Kyoto” and they are something extremely Japanese you won’t forget.
Erika Dec. 21, 2018
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Recommended autumn events in Kyoto!

5 autumn events in Kyoto recommended by Sharing Kyoto’s writer Erika!
Erika Dec. 20, 2018
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One Piece stamp rally around historic sights of Kyoto

One Piece has come to Kyoto! Luffy's at Kyoto Station, Nami at Karasuma Oike, and you can find Brook at Kurumazaki Shrine!
Sampo Dec. 20, 2018
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The top 10 most popular Kyoto events on Sharing Kyoto in 2017!

Many events small and big take place in Kyoto every month, but in this article, you can find out which were the most popular!
Vanessa Dec. 20, 2018
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The beginning summer in Kyoto is fun too! Traditional festivals of Kyoto in May

The weather is getting warmer, and many traditional festivals and events await you in Kyoto!
Vanessa Dec. 20, 2018
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Up for some ice-cold beverages? Summers in Kyoto may be hot, but these five early-summer events are extremely refreshing!

Kyoto’s summers are hot already in May, but these five events offer a chance for you to feel refreshed in this old capital city of Japan!
Vanessa Dec. 20, 2018
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Kyoto’s summer festivals! Top traditional festivals in July

Like raging fire, the traditional festivals take over Kyoto in the scorching heat of July
Vanessa Dec. 20, 2018
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Chanel Matsuri Red Celebration at Rokkaku-do Temple!

Chanel and Japanese culture are joined together at Rokkaku-do at the Red Celebration
Vanessa Dec. 20, 2018

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