GoBoiano - 35 Iconic Sights You Can Only See in Kyoto

The red gate you see in the picture is the gate (torii) for one of the shrines in Kyoto, Japan. The color red is a charm against evil spirits for many shrines across Japan. Colors can have different meanings and messages around the world.

Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan By Steven Kona Simao

Asian furniture and other things contain a lot of the color red "Travel Asian Japan Lanterns Asakusa, Tokyo"

Nishiki food market, Kyoto - loved it here, had my octopus on a stick from one of these little stalls =D

Japan Food Tours in Japan

KYOTO Nishiki food market, Kyoto - loved it here, had my octopus on a stick from one of these little stalls =D

Mount Koya (Koya-san in Japanese) is one of Japan's most sacred mountains, and the best place in Japan to spend a night in a shukubo (temple lodging).

Mount Koya, Japan's Holiest Mountain

Such an amazing place Mount Koya (Koya-san in Japanese) is one of Japan's most sacred mountains, and the best place in Japan to spend a night in a shukubo (temple lodging).

geiko 芸妓 Miyagawacho 宮川町 Toshimana とし真菜KYOTO JAPAN

geiko 芸妓 Miyagawacho 宮川町 Toshimana とし真菜KYOTO JAPAN

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