Noren. Japan by PAkDocK

Noren are traditional Japanese fabric dividers, hung between rooms, on walls, in doorways, or in windows.
Noren are Japanese culture, like these ones at a more than three centuries old traditional restaurant. The wind did the rest.

Kyoto, Japan. 2015
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Gion. Kyoto by PAkDocK

Gion in Kyoto is probably one the most traditional places around Japan.
Japanese girls wear their kimonos and yukatas in summer to walk around and enjoy the neighbourhood.

Kyoto, Japan. 2015
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Old Lanterns. Japan by PAkDocK

The same place, different view….this is the background of the previous image.
Silence, tmeples, Japan.

Kyoto, Japan. 2015
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Lion,Kyoto. by PAkDocK

Besides the Palace itself, another beautiful thing about the Imperial Palace in Kyoto is its temples and gardens.

Details, colours, moss…you can almost smell the centuries.
Love the bokeh of the Nokton.

Kyoto, Japan. 2015
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