Unbelievable place in 180 km from Tokyo.
Unfortunately, our trip to Osaka was extremely short- only half a day, but we visited two of the most important places in the city.
Our next stop after Kyoto was Nara- the capital of Japan from 710 to 784.
This sunny day we decided to visit modern geishas and the oldest cemetery in Kyoto.
It was a rainy day when we decided to visit the north-western part of Kyoto.
Fushimi Inari Taisha is one of the most important and well-known shrines in the old Japanese capital.
The third, and the last post with the film photos from Japan, that I made by Hasselblad 120mm film camera.
As I promised, here is the second part (but will be one more) of my film photos from Japan. This time- black and white photos.
When I was in Japan, I shot 12 films and I wanted to share with you some photos.
After 10 days in Tokyo, we traveled to the Old Capital of Japan- Kyoto. Kyoto literally “Capital City” was originally founded as Heian-kyo in 794 and was the center not only of government but of learning and the arts.