Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera

Tráfico (4) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera

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IMAGEN: Higashiyama (Kyoto)

Higashiyama (東山区, Higashiyama-ku, meaning "east mountain") is one of the eleven wards in the city of Kyoto, in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.

It was created in 1929 when it was split off from Shimogyō-ku. During the years 1931 to 1976 it also covered the area of present-day Yamashina-ku, which was an independent town until its merger into the city in 1931. The name literally means "Eastern Mountain District".

Due to the restrictions against urban development, the population inside the ward is continually decreasing. Higashiyama-ku has the lowest population of all the wards in Kyoto, and a disproportionate number of elderly people.

Many of the locations central to the development of 15th-century Japanese culture known as Higashiyama Bunka are found here or in Sakyō-ku. Both the entertainment district of Gion in front of Yasaka Shrine, and the area around the stone-paved roads Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka that lead up to the World Heritage Kiyomizu Temple, enjoy protected status to preserve the traditional style buildings. Other temples and shrines in the ward include Tōfuku-ji, Kennin-ji, Kōdai-ji, and Sanjūsangen-dō.

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