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... should have however done our homework on this one as what we didn't realise was that these torii stretched all the way up the Inari mountain, climbing some 233m, or approximately 4km of stairs. We started our ascent, and just kept climbing and climbing and climbing. Other tourists were giving up all along the way and heading back down but since we didn't understand any of the road markers since they were all in Japanese, we assumed we ...
... in Australia. David and Alistair ordered larger servings, which came in very large bowls that were perhaps 33% bigger than mine.
In my previous and admittedly limited experience with Ramen I have generally found that the chef would only put one slice of meat in the soup, with the rest of the flavour remaining in the broth. This Ramen however was completely covered with meat and was towered with spring onions on the surface. Beneath the beef was ...
... fusuma). Behind the temple we found a small water basin with an inspiring Zen inscription that can be translated to "I know only satisfaction". Here's an excerpt from a Wikipedia article about the temple:
Ryōan-ji also has a teahouse and tea garden, dating to the 17th century. Near the teahouse is ...
Daitoku temple complex is a large enclosed area in northern Kyoto. The place is the head quarter of the Rinzai school, a branch of Japanese Zen Buddhism. The complex is composed by the main temple, Daitoku temple, and about 24 subtemples. According to many guides, it is one of the best place in Japan to experience Zen culture and architecture and to enjoy Zen gardens. Not all the temples are open to the public. And you have to pay a fee for each open temple you wish to ...
... The problem is that they're on exact opposite sides of Kyoto, with Fushimi Inari in the south east, and Kinkakuji in the north west.
So after all of about 20 minutes rest, we gathered our coats and were heading back out the door, bound for Fushimi Inari.
Once or twice every holiday, during the last 2 trips to Japan, Charlotte falls and hurts herself.
On the first trip when she was 4, she dived off a chair in the foyer of a ...