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Travel Kyoto Through these Photographers’ Eyes

Kyoto garnered international attention when it became synonymous with the environment and eco-awareness through the Kyoto Accord in 1997. However, it has long been a well-known symbol in Japan, housing the country’s emperor from 794-1868. This city of 1.5 million has a historical backsplash to its modern culture: the land is dotted with ancient temples, zen-like gardens, and a rich history. We invite you to explore the city of Kyoto and walk through its streets in this photographic tour. Have a taste of Japan through the lenses of these Instagrammers.


Travel Kyoto: A Photographic Tour

By Lindsay Feitsma

Venture throughout this ancient Japanese city in these selected photographs.

  • Kyoto Rooftop

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    @quarante_neuf – Hosanna Joy

  • Kyoto Getting Dark

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    Flickr: Angelo DeSantis

  • Bamboo Forest

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    @florafodder – Miiya Hooper

  • Fox Statues

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    @maru_chaaan – Marta Byrska 

  • Lunchtime

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    @atelier_my – Minyi

  • Kinkaku-ji

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    @jjjlester – Yao Chi Hsieh (Lester)

  • Good Morning from Japan

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    @natanezuyu 

  • Along the Water

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    @hunteryves – Hunter Yves

  • Kyoto University

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    Flickr: isado

  • Kyoto Botanical Garden Greenhouse

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    @kyoto_1986

  • Waterlily

    By Lindsay Feitsma

    @zaitu0618 – Shiro Zaitu 

Lindsay Dykman
Lindsay Dykman

Recent graduate in three degrees: communications, psychology, and volleyball. Author of non-fiction writing but admirer of fiction reading.

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