Comfort Hotel Sakai
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... each set you popped out at another shrine. Rode back toward the hotel and stopped in at the Nishiki Markets. Famous for their produce and that there are shops there that are run by 4th and 5th generation families. You could by anything and everything, daikon pickled in sake lees, fresh seafood, Japanese steel knives, local ceramics and more. Forgot to take a photo, so thieved one off a ...
... the Golden Pavilion which in undoubtably beautiful but the the rain is coming down in stair rods....back to the hotel for a hot shower and dry clothes.
In the evening it is back to the imperial Palace to see the end of Bon with a fire display on the hill, the starfish shape is the symbol for fire.
Supper is sushi and saki but most importantly the restaurant is decorated with a copy from the
Nijo Palace in the Kano style..result.
... to ensure prosperity in business” Excerpt From: Planet, Lonely. “Japan Travel Guide.” Lonely Planet Pty, Ltd. iBooks. This material may be protected by copyright. We also managed to get to Kinkakuji temple ( Golden Pavilion ) in time before closing. Finally the day was completed by visiting Gion Corner where we watched a traditional tea ceremony, kimono wearing, geisha dance and traditional instrument ...
So it's a week into my adventure. Feels like a world apart from my old life. i already have my routines, i'm used to backpack, shared showers, sleeping on the floor Japanese style, eating with chopsticks all the time, drinking cold green tea, living on the diet of rice/noodles/miso/fish... and it's been only a week. how much more fun to come... how lucky am I - can't ...
... later we reached our desired destination. At the too we enjoyed a short break, where some pictures were taken, and a sit down. A girl asked if we could take her picture, of course. Her name is Wakana, and she lived in Vancouver for a month. She was excited to learn that I lived very close to Vancouver, and was disappointed she never made it to Victoria. The three of us had lunch together, than Wakana, ...