CHRISTMAS IN KYOTO

Thanks to everyone for everything this year. xx

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5 responses to “CHRISTMAS IN KYOTO

  1. Nancysg

    I wish you a very Merry Christmas! I don’t comment that often, but I am a faithful reader. When I see a new post in my email, I wait to read it until the end so I can savor the richness of your thoughts. Thank you for continuing to share your journey. And Happy New Year.

  2. Zubeyde Erdem

    The pictures are breathtaking beautiful,but the title…..I must just shut up… No, no N is not one of them that’s why he didn’t write anything about it. Yes, I’m sure it is not simply chicken, strawberry cake and love hotel triangle. I don’t expect anyone else rush in churches or stay at home and pray or whatsoever. I just don’t fucking understand ( in case of take a break time) why it should be at 24th of 25th of December ???! What’s wrong with any other day of December??
    Ps: a few days ago, I was asking to my sister was it my birthday at 14 or 15 I was not sure any more it – once they had made a mistake on my ID card in Turkey-since then I don’t care about it 14 or 15 what’s the matter. I’m alive and in someway surviving ..
    Sorry N, didn’t want to be rude or mean even it is YOU/YOUR blog side I must speak out my true beliefs…
    Your title a little bit smelled me senthetic smell😔

    • A bit extreme, surely…..

      This was actually just a trip to Kyoto, at Christmas, two years ago. I was interested in the idea of ‘Christmas’ in a place where such a celebration makes no sense, and yet where a certain atmosphere was created anyway that captured what Europeans think of as ‘Christmas’. Your reaction is a bit too frothy.

  3. Heya Buddy,
    Sorry to be late. catching up on my reading.
    Wishing you a peaceful and joyful 2016.
    Is the water, stone and bamboo shot a well, water dispenser or a pond?
    Portia xx

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