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Cormorant fishing at Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川の鵜飼(嵐山)

Cormorant fishing at Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川の鵜飼(嵐山)

Cormorant fishing at Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川の鵜飼(嵐山)

Cormorant fishing at Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川の鵜飼(嵐山)

Cormorant fishing at Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川の鵜飼(嵐山)

Cormorant fishing at Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川の鵜飼(嵐山)

Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川(嵐山)

Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川(嵐山)

Tanabata Festival at Kamogawa River (Kyoto) / 京の七夕(鴨川・京都)

Tanabata Festival at Kamogawa River (Kyoto) / 京の七夕(鴨川・京都)

Cormorant fishing at Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川の鵜飼(嵐山)

Cormorant fishing at Katsura-Gawa River in Arashiyama / 桂川の鵜飼(嵐山)

Gion, Shira-Kawa River (Kyoto) / 祗園・白川(京都)

Gion, Shira-Kawa River (Kyoto) / 祗園・白川(京都)

Ashikaga Takauji's younger brother, Tadayoshi supposedly had a dream about a golden dragon flitting about the oi River (also known as the Hozu River), which lies south of the temple, and the temple was instead named Tenryu Shiseizen-ji—the term "Tenryu" literally means "dragon of the sky".

Ashikaga Takauji's younger brother, Tadayoshi supposedly had a dream about a golden dragon flitting about the oi River (also known as the Hozu River), which lies south of the temple, and the temple was instead named Tenryu Shiseizen-ji—the term "Tenryu" literally means "dragon of the sky".

Kamogawa River in the evening, Kyoto / 鴨川三条大橋付近・納涼床(京都)

Kamogawa River in the evening, Kyoto / 鴨川三条大橋付近・納涼床(京都)

Kodai-Ji, Lightened up in Summer, Kyoto / 高台寺・夏の燈明会(京都)

Kodai-Ji, Lightened up in Summer, Kyoto / 高台寺・夏の燈明会(京都)

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