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Simply beautiful Japanese scenes, restaurants along the river in Kyoto

Among the many beautiful places that I have seen in Kyoto, a favorite location is this shore of Kamo River, running parallel to Ponto-cho. Most of these buildings are restaurants built in a traditional style, on wooden pillars over the water.

The diffused light coming from terraces, combined to the soft gurgle of the water makes ths place perfect for a relaxing summer night… Simply beautiful!

http://muza-chan.net/japan/index.php/blog/simply-beautiful-japanese-scenes-restaurants-along-river-in-kyoto

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vintage everyday: 35 Incredible Color Found Photos Captured Everyday Life of New York City in the 1960s

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Here below is a different look about New York City in the 1960s, a New York that you might never seen before through these found photos. Here we go... 5th Avenue toward 42nd Street, 1961 6th Avenue & 33rd Street, New York Cit...
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1908 vintage photographs of Japan's daily life. August 29, 2016 Andrew Ledford. Rare vintage photographs of Japan's daily life taken by Arnold Genthe in 1908. Follow me on Google + to comment on this post or Facebook Facebook google_plus. Share this. Facebook twitter.
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The Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore with the Brunelleschi's Dome - Florence, some years ago
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I always found Monkey Orchids to be extremely fascinating, wouldn't you say?

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Street scene in Kyoto

Japan is one of the most progressive countries in the world, but at the same time one of the most conservative when it comes to culture and tradition, an apparent paradox. However, these two aspects are intertwined in the day to day life, a fact easily noticed when visiting Japan.

Photographed here is a street scene than seems taken from a historical movie, however quite common in the more traditional neighborhoods of the Japanese cities. A machiya townhouse that still looks like in the Edo period, and passersby dressed in traditional attire…

http://muza-chan.net/japan/index.php/blog/street-scene-in-kyoto

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Edo period street scene

Traveling through Japan, several times I found myself in landscapes that seemed frozen in time… And in some almost magical cases, not only the landscape was contributing to the feeling, but also the people.

Take a look at this photo taken on a street inside the Koko-en garden in Himeji, where I had the chance to meet these traditionally dressed ladies…

http://muza-chan.net/japan/index.php/blog/edo-period-street-scene

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