Apa Hotel Kanku Kishiwada
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... before the "Respect for the Aged" Day, a national holiday observed the third Monday of September, due tot he "Happy Monday System", which moved a number of Japanese holidays to Mondays to create a 3 day weekend for many. the Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri is said to be the most famous float pulling festival because of its sheer intensity and "danger" because of their speed. This is the major festival for this area every year bringing in thousands of people from all ...
Having arrived in Kyoto Amy and Reena’s path split from mine, as I was heading out to a small town south of Kyoto by the name of Kyotanabe. That’s where I would meet Kazumi outside of the JR station. I figured, since I have a JR pass, getting there would be easy.
I was somewhat wrong. As it turns out, the JR station there doesn’t have a train that goes to Kyotanabe. I had to use a different company’s train service to get there, but by the ...
... here. I encounter mounds covered in illuminated balloons which people will float away their worries with. Then the real reason I have come. The lanterns. Set out in front of the audience hall hundreds and hundreds of lanterns with peoples wishes and dreams. Endless rows of hopes.
After a rather late night I drag myself from bed to get to Horyuji. This is the birthplace of Buddhism in Japan and no trip to Nara would ...
After spending the night and evening at Onno's place, I went to Nara where Onno use to live. There are a lot of deer here and feels completely different from Kyoto (in a good way). The city is really pretty. It has a great park and some beautiful temples. Also, there are deer everywhere!they are real polite and will bow when you give them crackers (or maps of the city if you're a Chinese ...
... busy and hard to move in the crowd. Lorry bought a lovely kimono for Y1050 (with no encouragement!) We stopped at a quirky bar, went to the supermarket (aka Bourbon Street), We tried to get bread but all sold out as it's NYE which is a big occasion here. Very family oriented. We ended up buying a creme brûlée cheesecake,had toasties at hone, watched YouTube videos and had a few drinks. Steps 11797 ...