Apa Hotel Kyoto-Ekimae
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Meal plan
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... amp; tonics with his English mum.
He is truly blessed, creative and talented
Close your eyes and enjoy this short clip of a man playing music from memory after a 2 year break. It just goes to show anything is possible.
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... tones of the Japanese flute. We witnessed food boats serving passenger boats, all the way up to the grand view point where the river flows too strong to pole up the river anymore.
On the way to the golden temple we took a really old train and passed through some small temples. We walked around a large sculptured garden as well as a Zen mansion with raked gardens; looking upon them with a misty rain filtering our view it was really tranquil. The Golden temple ...
... mere 4 or 5 long escalator rides up.
We walked about five minutes away from the extremely busy and chaotic station and arrived at the Higashi Honganji (a Buddhist Temple). The temple was huge and had several buildings on the property. It wasn't really what I expected. There was no pretty garden or landscaping, just a lot of gravel. We walked to the largest building, where we had ...
... didn't know if I was up for another hill climb. I ended up turning a corner by mistake and found myself in another area of multiple prayer temples. There would be sections within the path where you would find up to 80 different prayer areas. I would imagine each monk created their own, but I don't know for sure. The symbol throughout Fushimi is a fox, who is said to bring news to people and their prayers. I bought a messenger fox, and the message he ...
... frames the temple building, the temple itself, where the kids were able to light some incense, an enormous brick aqueduct, and several other temples and shrines. The highlight of the trip was probably the tour of the abbot’s building behind the main temple, which included a lot of really spectacular ancient Japansese architecture, several Zen gardens complete with raked gravel and a few carefully placed trees, and a nightingale floor. A nightingale ...