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... was unified in the 700's and documented for the first time, and included the various kami worshipped by individual clans.
Buddhism was introduced into Japan from China and Korea in the 6th century and gained wide acceptance when it was endorsed by the nobility.
Most people in Japan follow both faiths and there is no restriction against doing so.
Shinto tends to be viewed as a religion of earthly matters and shrines are ...
... buy two singles to Hiroshima and then on to Beppu. We arrived at Kyoto Station and managed to book a ticket. Katie has been learning about Japan in Geography and was excited to go on the bullet train. We travelled on the newest one Nozomi which looks very futuristic. Katie made a video of it coming into the station and someone on Facebook thought it was the hunger games set. The journey to Hiroshima took 1 1/2 hours. Sadly it is very foggy today and the view from ...
... down to the village via the cable to find some real food for lunch.
The island is well known for two foods - its fresh seafood (especially oysters), and the sweet maple leaf shaped cakes. The first food stop we made was for a freshly cooked oyster for Cindy and Wendy (I don't really eat seafood). Even though seafood isn't my thing, I can appreciate the taste of good food fresh of the grill and Wendy and Cindy both seemed to really enjoy their ...
Transit day from Osaka to Hiroshima
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him ...
... so hesitant and shy with foreigners, I think at times it takes a couple of freaks like this couple to really get the conversation flowing. I mean, also, cognizant of the fact that I'm the one that doesn't know their language so its hard to complain either way.
Anyway, fun little place, with great food and friendly people, and we had a great time despite the stack of what seemed to be all of AKB48 CDs sitting next to me on the ...