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Nikko Temples, Kyoto, Japan
Description: Street scenes in Kyoto and the shrines and temples of Nikkō, Japan.
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Clip #: TFA-319J
Length: 13:59
Year: 1920
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Filmmaker: Burton Holmes
Region: Far East
Country: Japan
Subject: Religious Buildings
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
1920s, Japan, Kyoto, streetcar pov street scenes, stores, pedestrians, horse carts, Nikkō, Nikko, Shinkyo bridge, Sacred Bridge, Futarasan jinja shrine, temples, shrines, men and women dressed in traditional Japanese attire and Burton Holmes visiting shrines, tour groups, Japanese women carrying umbrellas, tōrōs, toros, traditional lanterns, intricate carvings on temples, male and female visitors dressed in traditional Japanese dress and Geta shoes walking up and down temple stairs, shrine worshippers removing sandals and praying at shrines, worshippers putting shoes back on after praying, Nikkō Tōshō-gū, Nikko Tosho-gu, Toshogu, man pointing to sculptured flowers on temple facade, Statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu imperial minister, Yomei-mon Gate, lion statue, intricate carvings, priest / monk opening temple doors, Burton Holmes bowing talking to monk / priest, animal carvings, tōrōs, toros, traditional lanterns, priest / monk swinging log to ring bell

Notes:
Transferred from 35mm. Original 35mm nitrate elements no longer available.


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