Japan

Turn this list into a widget
Bolster your website with these awesome places discovered by the Trover community.
A list by Sandra R | sort by: latest
Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto, Japan, Tokyo, JapanFushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto, JapanTokyo, JapanHanging lanterns at the Fushimi Inari Shinto Shrine near Kyoto.Oazahatotani, Ono District, JapanOazahatotaniOno District, JapanJapanese Garden at Shirakawa-go village.Nara, JapanNaraJapanA few of the 2000 large lanterns donated to Kasuga Shinto Shrine from 768 AD to the 19th century. Only small lanterns are now accepted. 1200 deer...Tenryuji Temple, Kyoto, JapanTenryuji TempleKyoto, JapanGiant Bamboo Grove in the Tenryu-ji Zen Temple.Higashishiokojicho, Kyoto, JapanHigashishiokojichoKyoto, JapanKyoto Train Station's ever changing computer-automated lights on their 171 steps. The steps are considered an open air park. A couple uses the...Kyoto Train Station, Kyoto, JapanKyoto Train StationKyoto, JapanAnother light pattern at the Kyoto Train Station. There is a great hotel right in the station (Granvia Kyoto) which has a restaurant which has a...Kyoto Train Station, Kyoto, JapanKyoto Train StationKyoto, JapanOne year old light show in the 171 steps of Kyoto Train Station. Take the escalator way, way up to an outdoor park and observation deck.Kyoto Train Station, Kyoto, JapanKyoto Train StationKyoto, JapanIn the Kyoto Train Station there are 171 steps that are the scene of a computer-automated light show of continually changing images. Very cool....Kyoto Tower Hotel, Kyoto, JapanKyoto Tower HotelKyoto, JapanKyoto Tower all done up in pink in recognition of breast cancer awareness.Golden Pavillion Kyoto, Kyoto, JapanGolden Pavillion KyotoKyoto, JapanFamous Golden Pavilion in Kyoto, Japan built as a summer house for the 14th century Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. The entire top two floors are made...Kyoto, JapanKyotoJapanPontocho Restaurant District of Kyoto, Japan. Narrow streets decked out in lanterns and such. Fabulous restos one after another. Across the Kamo...Gion 蝶, Kyoto, JapanGion 蝶Kyoto, JapanGeisha on the way to work. They are now called Geikos and the young apprentices are called Maikos. Gion Pleasure District Kyoto, Japan. Tough to...Gion 蝶, Kyoto, JapanGion 蝶Kyoto, JapanGeisha (Geiko) going to work. Gion District Kyoto, Japan. Many men were chasing her down the street like paparazzi.白川村役場, Ono District, Japan白川村役場Ono District, JapanShirakawa-go village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built hundreds of years ago. The Gassho styled thatched roofs resemble hands folded in prayer....Kenroku-En Gardens, Kanazawa, JapanKenroku-En GardensKanazawa, JapanScene from a famous Japanese Garden which sits across from the castle in Kanazawa, Japan.Higashi Chaya-Gai District 東茶屋街, Kanazawa, JapanHigashi Chaya-Gai District 東茶屋街Kanazawa, JapanFumi (her professional name) worked as a Geisha for over 40 years. She is retired now and allows private parties to be invited to her house for...AQUA CiTY ODAIBA, Tokyo, JapanAQUA CiTY ODAIBATokyo, JapanRainbow Bridge at night. Tokyo.Ninja, Tokyo, JapanNinjaTokyo, JapanNinja bar and resto. Dark and mysterious inside. You walk across a moat. It was difficult to get inside photos because it was so dark. Tokyo, Japan...Tokyo Imperial Palace Gardens, Tokyo, JapanTokyo Imperial Palace GardensTokyo, JapanThe Emperor's Palace. Tokyo, Japan.(丁目なし), Ashigarashimo District, Japan(丁目なし)Ashigarashimo District, JapanMt. Fuji as seen from Station 5. #blue
No photos have been added to this list.
Add to list
          loading your lists...
          create your first list
          Type a list name
          Discovery added to
          Sorry, we were unable to add the discovery to your list at this time.
          Discovery removed from .
          Sorry, we were unable to remove the discovery from your list at this time.
          Start a discussion about this list
          Remove this comment.
          post
          Pour yourself a fresh cup of coffee,
          we've updated our terms!
          I have read and agree to Trover's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.
          prompt