Today’s them is candles. First of all, “Botanical Candle”. There are dried flowers actually put inside the can […]
People from all over the world can be seen on the streets of Kyoto during the cherry blossom season.
Everyone knows that Kyoto is home to an abundance of shrines. But do you know that there are plenty of shrines that are not just open for praying? On fixed dates every month, stalls selling miscellaneous goods and food spring up around 40 over shrines that open up their grounds for bazaars (known as ichi in Kyoto). Allow us to introduce Tenjin-ichi, located in Kitano Tenmangu, the most prominent shrine bazaars of them all!