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  1. Kevin Lu

    Looking for youth friend

    I go to Hokkaido Clubmed ski resorts on an annual basis around new year time. For new year of 2017, I briefly met this Japanese girl during a group skiing class. The next year (2018) we coincidentally met again, but this time we had more time to get to know each other. We had a really fun time...
  2. Gion

    Gion

    The streets of Gion, Kyoto
  3. Gion

    Gion

    The streets of Gion, Kyoto
  4. Gion

    Gion

    The streets of Gion, Kyoto
  5. Gion

    Gion

    The streets of Gion, Kyoto
  6. Chion-in Temple

    Chion-in Temple

    Chion-in (知恩院) in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Japan is the headquarters of the Jōdo-shū (Pure Land Sect) founded by Hōnen (1133–1212), who proclaimed that sentient beings are reborn in Amida Buddha's Western Paradise (Pure Land) by reciting the nembutsu, Amida Buddha's name.
  7. Higashiyama

    Higashiyama

    Higashiyama, Kyoto
  8. Niomon

    Niomon

    Niomon
  9. Niomon Moats

    Niomon Moats

    Niomon Moats
  10. Keage Incline

    Keage Incline

    Keage Incline (蹴上インクライン)
  11. Keage Incline

    Keage Incline

    Keage Incline (蹴上インクライン)
  12. Nanzenji

    Nanzenji

    Nanzen-ji (南禅寺), or Zuiryusan Nanzen-ji, formerly Zenrin-ji (禅林寺, Zenrin-ji), is a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. Emperor Kameyama established it in 1291 on the site of his previous detached palace. It is also the headquarters of the Nanzen-ji branch of Rinzai Zen.
  13. Nanzenji

    Nanzenji

    Nanzen-ji (南禅寺), or Zuiryusan Nanzen-ji, formerly Zenrin-ji (禅林寺, Zenrin-ji), is a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. Emperor Kameyama established it in 1291 on the site of his previous detached palace. It is also the headquarters of the Nanzen-ji branch of Rinzai Zen.
  14. Nanzenji

    Nanzenji

    Nanzen-ji (南禅寺), or Zuiryusan Nanzen-ji, formerly Zenrin-ji (禅林寺, Zenrin-ji), is a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. Emperor Kameyama established it in 1291 on the site of his previous detached palace. It is also the headquarters of the Nanzen-ji branch of Rinzai Zen.
  15. Nanzenji

    Nanzenji

    Nanzen-ji (南禅寺), or Zuiryusan Nanzen-ji, formerly Zenrin-ji (禅林寺, Zenrin-ji), is a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. Emperor Kameyama established it in 1291 on the site of his previous detached palace. It is also the headquarters of the Nanzen-ji branch of Rinzai Zen.
  16. Suirokaku

    Suirokaku

    Suirokaku (水路閣) at Nanzen-ji Temple was built in 1890. It’s a high-rise architectural canal that bridges over the Biwakososui River and is 93.2-meters long by 4-meters wide. For its modern architectural design, it was designated as a historical site in Kyoto in 1983.
  17. Suirokaku

    Suirokaku

    Suirokaku (水路閣) at Nanzen-ji Temple was built in 1890. It’s a high-rise architectural canal that bridges over the Biwakososui River and is 93.2-meters long by 4-meters wide. For its modern architectural design, it was designated as a historical site in Kyoto in 1983.
  18. Suirokaku

    Suirokaku

    Suirokaku (水路閣) at Nanzen-ji Temple was built in 1890. It’s a high-rise architectural canal that bridges over the Biwakososui River and is 93.2-meters long by 4-meters wide. For its modern architectural design, it was designated as a historical site in Kyoto in 1983.
  19. Nanzenji

    Nanzenji

    Nanzen-ji (南禅寺), or Zuiryusan Nanzen-ji, formerly Zenrin-ji (禅林寺, Zenrin-ji), is a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. Emperor Kameyama established it in 1291 on the site of his previous detached palace. It is also the headquarters of the Nanzen-ji branch of Rinzai Zen.
  20. Nanzenji

    Nanzenji

    Nanzen-ji (南禅寺), or Zuiryusan Nanzen-ji, formerly Zenrin-ji (禅林寺, Zenrin-ji), is a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. Emperor Kameyama established it in 1291 on the site of his previous detached palace. It is also the headquarters of the Nanzen-ji branch of Rinzai Zen.
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