Kyoto Area, Japan logo Spring 2017
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A sampling session around Kyoto, recording traditional sounds from Japan. I was mainly interested in recording atmosphere around shrines and temples. Not many pictures were taken, as I often attended religious ceremonies and wanted to keep as respectful as possible.

Discover these sounds in Japanese HeritageBuddhist Ceremony.

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Wind in a bamboo forest. A beloved classic.
Recording a simple ceremony in a little shrine along Kyoto's green hicking path. Spot the microphone...
Spring Celebration at Fushimi Inari Shrine
I spent a couple of days performing recordings at the Gyokuzo Temple, around Mt. Shigi, home of the Shingon sect.
Votive tablets, rattling like a woodchime when the wind blows.
Water pavillon, use for purification.

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