At first glance, the left and right panels
The buddha at Yasaka Shrine still shines bright, even at night.
Although there is no consensus on which church is represented in this fan painting, most believe it to be the one on Shijobomon, due to its unusual three-story construction. This painting was among a series of sixty-one fans painted by Kano Shoshu, mounted in an album showing famous sites in and around Kyoto, of which only twenty-four paintings are thought to survive. - abridged from catalogue entry by Christine Guth.
Priests ring an enormous bronze bell during a celebration at Yasaka Shrine.
A building at Eikan-do shrine complex.
Fat pigeons sit near a lake in Kyoto, while a heron sits in the background.
A building at Eikan-Do shrine in Kyoto.
People sit on a subway car, waiting for their ride to begin.
A building at Eikan-Do shrine in Kyoto stands against a cloudy sky.
A celebration at Yasaka Shrine includes monks ringing an enormous bronze bell.