Source: @wasabitool Photographer’s Stunning Pictures Of Snow Blanketed Kyoto Will Spirit You Away 2020-02-12 Wed 2020-02-12 Wed Talented photographer wasabitool (Twitter, Instagram) takes absolutely gorgeous pictures of landscapes in Japan, and one glance at his latest work will show that these beautiful scenery shots are recently benefiting from abundant snowfall. In particular, wasabitool's recent photography of Kyoto, already a visually captivating city home to splendid shrines, temples, and gardens, shows how the popular cultural hub of Japan can turn into a winter wonderland. Take, for example, wasabitool's photography of Kifune Shrine, a quaint shinto shrine found in a mountain village that is charming during any season with its red lantern path and foresty scenery. Every Saturday between January 18th to February 29th, the lanterns light up depending on snowfall. When they do, it makes for a truly breathtaking scene. Source: @wasabitool Source: @wasabitool Those who brave the cold and ascend its through its famous entrance are rewarded with the beautiful image of the lit-up vermilion lanterns and a haunting but gorgeous snow covered landscape. Source: @wasabitool Source: @wasabitool 雪降る貴船神社が美しい pic.twitter.com/13pukWJjIh— wasabitool (@wasabitool) February 9, 2020 Of course, Kyoto offers more than one iconic set of scenery. The "blood ceiling" temple Hosen-in's famous garden view is made all the more iconic under heavy winter snow. Source: @wasabitool Source: @wasabitool Source: @wasabitool Source: @wasabitool 京都宝泉院の雪景色部屋越しの銀世界が美しい pic.twitter.com/CxaCCV01KQ— wasabitool (@wasabitool) February 10, 2020 For more even more impressive photography (and sightseeing ideas in Japan), follow wasabitool on (Twitter, Instagram). By - Big Neko. Tags: Japan / Kyoto / Photography / Snow grape Japan Art Photographer’s Stunning Pictures Of Snow Blanketed Kyoto Will Spirit You Away Related Article Show Your Octopus Ball Love With This Giant Takoyaki Huggy Pillow Before And After: Inspiring Portraits Of Premature Babies Scared Japanese Twitter User Implores Country To Stop Using Terrifying Scarecrows Stunning Painting-Like Photography Shows Off The Beauty Of Rainy Season In Japan Popular Showa Era Milk Caramel Candy Now Being Added To Japanese McShakes Ippodo: The Best Tea In Tokyo!