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Street food in Piss Alley, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

Pinner said: Fun dining at Japan's street food stalls - Japan is famed for its elaborate fine dining, but tough economic times means that street-food culture is flourishing in cities such as Kyoto and Tokyo

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Festival of the Temple of Gion, Kyoto, Japan, 1930  photo by F. M. Trautz

rarething: “ Festival of the Temple of Gion, Kyoto, Japan, 1930 photo by F.

『grape』は、今知ってほしい話題やニュースを厳選して紹介するメディアです。

People relaxing on noryo yuka (summer platform) of restaurants along the Kamogawa River, in Shijo, Kyoto, ca.

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Tayuu Douchuu 1909 This is a hand-coloured postcard of Tayuu (Japanese Courtesans) in procession, probably taken in the Shimabara District of Kyoto.

大原女 Oharame. About 1900, near Kyoto, Japan. A rural town nestled in the mountains about 14 kilometers north of the heart of Kyoto, Ohara’s most iconic image is its “Oharame.” Oharame were the female peddlers that many years ago dressed in distinctive work clothes and walked into the city to sell produce from the countryside. These trips into town provided a precious supplementary income for farmers.

About near Kyoto, Japan. A rural town nestled in the mountains about 14 kilometers north of the heart of Kyoto, Ohara’s most iconic image is its “Oharame.” Oharame were the female peddlers that.

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