Seitokai Yakuindomo pilgrimage

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When I was in Kyoto, I dropped by several places which the girls in Seitokai Yakuindomo visited during their school field trip to Kyoto. I’ve already posted two of the photos in the K-ON pilgrimage post, because the spots are the same and so are the angles. It’s the photo of Jeugia shop, the very first photo, and the Togetsu Bridge in Arashiyama. Besides the shopping district, there are a few photos from Kinkaku-ji. They visited the Nijou Castle too, but I didn’t have the time to go there. I also forgot to take the photos at Kyoto Station orz The last two photos are from the Nara part. You must remember the scene in which they fed the deers if you have seen SYD, right?

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A shop with old books in a shopping district near Honnou-ji.

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A sign saying Honnou-ji near the Kyoto City Hall.

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In front of Kinkaku-ji.

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Stairs at the end of the visitors route.

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Togetsu Bridge in Arashiyama.

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Nara Park, near Toudai-ji.

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It is quite an easy pilgrimage which can be combined with regular sightseeing. You won’t look strange taking photos at these spots, so you have nothing to fret about.

Here’s a map:


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Related pilgrimage: K-ON!.