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Sannenzaka ( Night view of Kyoto City )
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Sannenzaka  ( Night view of Kyoto City )

This street which overflows with a traveler in the daytime.

It is quiet at night.
You should walk this way if you want to enjoy Kyoto of the calm atmosphere after nightfall.
The people will realize that they watched "cityscape of Kyoto from old days" for the first time.


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Uploaded: 15/11/2013
Updated: 13/05/2014
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