KYOTO FU
(KYOH TOE FOO)
HOME
Kyoto was the capital of Japan from 795 to 1868. Kyoto has more shrines and temples than any other city in Japan.
NEXT
TOP
HEIAN SHRINE IN KYOTO 1967 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
DAD STANDING IN FRONT OF MEIJI ERA STREET CAR HEIAN SHRINE 1993 
PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
KINKAKU-JI (GOLDEN PAVILLION) KYOTO 1967 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
FORMAL TEA CEREMONY KYOTO 1967 
PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
ROCK GARDEN RYOENJI TEMPLE KYOTO 1967 
PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
1001 BUDDHAS TAKEN LEFT OF CENTER KYOTO 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
1001 BUDDHAS TAKEN RIGHT OF CENTER KYOTO 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
BOTTOM CENTER BUDDHA 1001 BUDDHAS KYOTO 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
TOP CENTER BUDDHA 1001 BUDDHAS KYOTO 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
YOU NO LONGER ARE ALLOWED TO TAKE PICTURES INSIDE THIS OR ANY OTHER TEMPLE OR SHRINE
NI-JO (CASTLE) KYOTO 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
GUARD HOUSE NI-JO (CASTLE) KYOTO 1953 PHOTO BUD COONS
MAP OF NI-JO (CASTLE) KYOTO CIRCA 1953 PHOTO BUD COONS
GENDO GOD OF CHILDREN 1953 PHOTO BUD COONS
THUNDER GOD IN TEMPLE KYOTO 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
KYOTO SCHOOL CHILDREN WAITING FOR DENSHA (STREETCAR) 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
THE RAKUYO HOTEL NEAR THE TRAIN STATION KYOTO 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
SOMETIME BETWEEN 1953 AND 1955 THE NAME WAS CHANGED TO THE KYOTO STATION HOTEL
KYOTO FU FLAG
NOT SURE WHICH BRIDGE AS THERE ARE SEVERAL IN KYOTO TAKEN FROM A BALCONY OF A BAR IN KYOTO 1954
PHOTO JAMES MCDEVITT