KYOTO JOURNAL -Water in Kyoto- #101

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Water in Kyoto

Contents
Water and the Essence of Kyoto -Ken Rodgers
The Sound/Silence of Water -Gunter Nitschke
Dry Gardens in a Wet City -Marc Peter Keane
Japanese Religion Through the Lens of Water -Catherine Ludvik
Kifune Shrine -Ken Rodgers
Waterfall Austerities -Gildas Sidobre
The Waterfalls of Hiroshi Senju -Lauren W.Deutsch
The Pulse of Kyoto -Matsuda Noriko
Compositions in Water -Stephen Mansfield
Kyoto Rivers in Tanka -Kawaharada Mayumi
Hiking Down the Kamogawa -Edward J.Taylor
Omotenashi and Kamogawa River Promenade -Jeffrey Adler
Bridges -Donkai Tatsuya
The Wells of Kyoto -Lee Xian Jie
In Praise of Mold -John F. Ashburne
Fine Water, Fine Sake -John Gautner
Chanoyu -Not Just “Hot Water for Tea” -Bruce Hamana
Moss in Japan -Ugaya Yuri
Tombo-ike -Karen Lee Tawarayama
Biwa, the Mother Lake -Brian Williams

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Living Photography RongRong and inri interviewed by John Einarsen and Susan Pavloska
Walking on Sound -Kathy Arlyn Sokol speaks to Stomu Yamashi’ta
Visua Metaphor, Niwa Yuta, and the Mysterious Osanshouo -Lane Diko
The Significance of Wtaer in Kimono Design -Maria Superata
Daikoku-yu -Lane Diko
Water in Kyoto -Hailstone Haiku Circle
Dolphins in the Ancient Capital -Jennifer Teeter
A New Shinkansen Tunnel Below Kyoto -Nagano Takanori
Reviews
Ramble: Watery Flames -Robert Brady

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