A Maiko and Geiko walk the late night streets of Miyagawacho area.
A path lined with the colors of spring lead the way to the Buddhist temple in Kyoto.
A lone candle lights the dark pot among the burned sticks of incense laying in the sand at a Buddhist temple in Kyoto.
Tracks lead into the hills of Kyoto on a cool spring afternoon.
A brisk cold spring afternoon in Kyoto above a temple a barren tree reaches into the sky like a fan.
Kyoto’s Gion district comes to life at sunset.
The Gion district is located in Kyoto and is famous for its entertainment nightlife. Establishments such as restaurants of all types, bars, clubs and tea houses line the area. Gion however is most famous for its Machiya (町屋/町家) traditional wooden townhouses along with its entertainers the Geiko and Maiko dawning the colorful Japanese traditional garment the Kimono (きもの).
Kyoto Street Crossing
Women crosses street with umbrella to shield herself from sun rays on a unusually warm day in Fall. The nice weather had many locals and tourists visiting near by Temples and shops
Back Streets of Gion in Kyoto –祇園
Restaurants and entertainment establishments line the alleys of Kyoto in the Gion district awaiting to be discovered by the curious traveler.