“ Kyoto: Home to Numerous
Japanese Important Historical Sites ”
The ancient city of Kyoto has 17 World Heritage Sites, 50 national treasures, and approximately 300 important cultural assests. The numerous historical sites embodies endless histories, preserving seen and unseen cultural significance. No wonder Kyoto is an international tourist city that represents Japan.
We hope the preserved beauty of this city can become the background of your wedding photographs, the most significant moment of your life.
Either strolling amidst the old shops on Shirakawa, or enjoying the the Kyoto charm on Hanamikoji Street, the Ninenzaka with Yasaka Pagoda of Horyuji Temple as background, the century-old Heian Hotel and its beautiful Japanese gardens, or the thousand-year-old Daikakuji of Arashiyama and its charm of nature, are all definitely worth a visit to experience the charm of Kyoto.
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Chourakukan was built in 1909 for receiving guests domestic and overseas. The famous visitors add to its splendour. The graceful and glamorous Chourakukan is ideal for an artistic and historical photoshoot.
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Shirakawa has stone paved streets, bridges with flowing water, and occasional scenery of geishas passing through wooden machiyas. The beautiful cherry blossoms are even more enchanting at night when the lights are lit.
Kyoto Botanical Garden
Kyoto Botanical Garden is the first public botanical garden in Japan. The garden is home to over 12 thousand plant species and 120 thousand plants, all with different natural temperaments that change with the seasons.
Toyokuni Shrine is an ancient shrine connected to Toyotomi Hideyoshi. The Karamon at the front of the shrine is also a valuable architecture identified as a national treasure. The glamorous and magnificent decorations is surely worth a visit.
The Yasaka Shrine, Maruyama Park, Kodaiji, Yasaka Pagoda and Ninenzaka of Kiyomizu-dera in the south, are all popular tourist sites all year round. The stone paved roads and Kyo-Machiya make each corner worthy of your camera’s attention, each scenery a beautiful painting.
The Kamogawa, which runs north and south through the city of Kyoto, can be referred to as the birthplace of the culture of Kyoto. The cherry trees along both shores blossom in Spring, and during the Summer there are even wooden terrace for visitors to enjoy cuisine and the pleasant Kyoto Summer in the coolness of the shore.
Azekura is a Japanese style space designed for weddings. It covers approximately 10 thousand square meters, and its Japanese garden is filled with magnificent scenes such as cherry blossoms, bamboos and maple leaves.
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Daikakuji was built in year 876 and is composed by various buildings connected with wooden walkways, and is filled with abundant natural scenery. Regardless of the season, visitors who prefers nature or historical sites will not be disappointed.
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Historical Charm of Ancient Kyoto
Kyoto is one of the best sightseeing cities of Japan, with its preserved historic and traditional street scenes. Its numerous historical sites fills each scene with an authentic Japanese atmosphere, making is amongst the must-visit lists of travellers worldwide. The stones paved roads, wooden houses, passing geishas of Gion Shirakawa, the 400-year-old Toyokuni Shrine, and the thousand-year-old guardian Horyuji Temple (Yasaka Pagoda), all embody the rich cultural and historical nourishment. Outdoor wedding photography in Kyoto is like walking into a movie, surreally beautiful.
The Characteristics of Kyoto Outdoor Photography
Kyoto is home to numerous valuable culture treasure and architecture, popular amongst Japanese locals and international tourists alike. Strolling in Gion Shirakawa and Hanamikoji Street presents the opportunity of capturing the streets views with Kyoto traditional wooden houses and stone paved roads. Enter the Karamon, another cultural treasure, and absorb the glamour of Toyokuni Shrine, which promises uninterrupted beautiful photos. Seishin An, with over 80 years of history, and Chourakukan, the place for receiving oversea VIPs over one thousand years ago, all have long historical significance. Add the element of Japanese culture into your wedding photography travel and make it even more memorable.
The Timeless Cultural Heritage of Kyoto
As the heart of Japanese culture, Kyoto is home historical scenes from dozens, even hundreds of years ago. We are extremely fortunate to be able to stroll through historical sites and ancient architecture. The Japanese gardens and traditional wooden houses are preserved till this day. The various shrines and temples store the belief and wishes of people. These sceneries and culture are all preserved from thousands of years ago, handed over to our generation to be delicately cared for. It is our responsibility to protect and pass on this beauty.
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