Traditional Japanese scenes
Left-up: Kinkaku-Ji Temple in Kyoto. Left-down: Shopping SquareAsakusa Temple, Tokyo. Right up: Mt. Fuji and Cherry Flower, right down: Himeji-Jo Castle, Himeji.
Gion Matsuri Festival
The Gion Festival takes place every year in Kyoto. It’s done on July and finishes with a popular parade name Yamaboko Junko, on July 16. Thanks to Rie for the card.
Kyoto Maiko at a shrine festival
Maiko is the word for a Geisha’s apprentice. It means dancing girl and is also a Japanese given name.