The carrying of the Mikoshi and the playing of Taiko are the staples of many festivials in Japan, including this town on the coast of the Sea of Japan next to Amanohashidate. #Foreverkyoto
New train with classic wooden interior takes passengers from the city to the Kyoto countryside. Tango no Umi - translates to Tango's Ocean. The train serves as one of the express routes from Kyoto station to Amanohashidate.
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ToreTore Center is the most popular seafood market in Maizuru, maybe all of northern Kyoto. You can shop for takeout or use the open area to dine in. Maizuru bay has several fresh catches including sea bass, oysters and crab. Start with a basic plate with rice, mi...
Maybe you have lived many years in Japan or maybe you have never been but have a passion for Japanese culture. Forever Kyoto is a project to help promote Japan to the world and share what we love about Japan with each other at the same time.
Travel Kyoto like you've lived here forever.
A bit about the areas of Kyoto Prefecture outside of the city worth visiting and a look into the Kyoto you may not know.
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