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Kyoto survived the second world war largely unscathed, spared unlike its fellow Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, largely due to its cultural relics, lack of heavy industry,  and long history as Japan’s imperial capital. In addition to  hundreds of Buddhist temples and shrines, simple tin buildings with impossibly vivid paint dot the ancient city.


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