An image of the Shirakawa channel in Gion, Kyoto, with a few old ochaya, 2-story wooden buildings with traditional Japanese design, with lattice windows and sudare (screens or blinds din bamboo) for protection against sun and insects.
Shirakawa means “white river”.
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