[Blog] Fantastic scenery seen on a rainy day

Today, we deliver the wind of the ancient capital from Kyoto.
 
The Typhoon has passed, but the weather is not so good yet.
 
Yesterday’s weather forecast was cloudy today, but it rained in the morning.
 
A customer from Tokyo asked us yesterday,” how is the weather in Kyoto today?” According to the weather forcast, it’s cloudy. It not rain.” it’s been a lie that I said it.
We are very sorry.
 
This rain was temporary though.
 
Rain during the trip.
 
It is not happy…
 
However, rain shows us a unique landscape of Kyoto.
 
The photo is in Arashiyama.
 
After the rain, the ship is slowly visible from mist.
 
This landscape that can be said “fantasy”.
 
It feels like having a time trip.
 
Also, after the rain, a rainbow and a moist moss garden are beautiful.
 
Don’t shuts yourself in the room even on a rainy day, please go out.
 
You may meet a special moment when it rains.
 
We are looking forward to seeing you with all of the nimon kyoto staff.
※ I am terribly sorry that my English expressions are clumsy.
※ Photographer: Nimon’s staff, in April

[Event] Gozan no Okuribi

There is a special event Gozan no Okuribi (Mountain Bonfire) on 16 August in Kyoto. You can see one mountain from the NIMON 2 HANE’s 3rd floors window.  It can also be seen from along the Kamogawa River. Go from Nimon to Kamogawa and walk toward to north along the river. Around Demachiyanagi, there are many people and it is a vewing spot.

What is the GOZAN NO OKURIBI?

This Gozan Okuribi is one of the most important events in Kyoto. It is held on 16th of August. They light up bonfires on 5 mountain surrounding Kyoto city. They light up lines of torches arranged in the shape of Kanji characters up on the mountains to make them appeal into the distance. The purpose of this event is to send out spirits of deceased to celebrate the end of summer. This time of the year is called Obon season in Japan. Gozan stands for 5 mountains and Okuribi means ” Sending out spirits in the form of bonfire “.

You can check the schedule here:

https://kyoto.travel/en/planyourvisit/events/schedule/126

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