Dai-ni Sunny Stone Hotel
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... aspect of the Kiyomizudera is the fortune water. People say if you drink the special water in the Kiyomizudera your wish will come true, there are three different types of water, the good fortune, healthy, and studies. Sadly there is always a long queue for this act, and we were limited on time so I didn't get to try it. Instead I bought a few lucky charms as a gift for my family. Overall I think it ...
I thought I had seen most of what japan had to offer... Then I reached Kyoto. What I found was a city full of surprises, of course there was the fascinating history surrounding Japan's medieval capital with it's exquisite temples and still functioning geisha district but I also found my own place in the city exploring the growing indie music scene and bo-ho cafés and bars. It really was the city of contrast. Saying goodbye to the rain in Kanazawa I hopped on an empty ...
... temple gate in Japan, and took pictures of the cool old aqueduct that used to bring Kyoto its water from the mountains. The Hojo Gardens were a mix of rock Zen garden, careful landscaping, and picturesque water features. I wish I could have a garden like that one day.
On our way to the our final stop we passed the Heian Torii, the largest gate in Kyoto and one of the largest in Japan, and a pretty park near ...
... ones, Charlotte and Veronica weren't impressed. They were incredibly rich though. I ended up drinking a whole chocolate one, and some of each of the other 3. I was initially disappointed with the small servings when they first came out. After I had to drink them later I wasn't so disappointed that they were only small cups.
With nothing else taking our interest along the entire length of Karawamachi-dori, we'd passed the ...
... room where you are not
meant to wear anything! The communal areas all had a musky smokey
smell too and the whole place was too hot and felt a little like a
mental asylum (especially with the provided hotel's pyjamas which
everyone was wearing). Still, to experience one night sleeping in a
coffin-like bed, it was quite fun. It was nice to be back in Osaka
too, with a wonder round the busy and bright streets and finally a
taste of real Japanese Sake to finish our ...