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... for Nara, and they stayed in Kyoto to see more. It was good to see them again. At lunch we were talking about renting bikes. So that's what I did. What a great decision! I enjoy going for casual bike rides back home and this one was no different. The bike was pretty cool. Twist grip shifter, rear drum brake (the front brake is the right lever), and an LED light powered by the front wheel. I rode to the Todai-ji shrine in Nara ...
... not as rich and did not feel he had to impress anyone. The emperor only appears here once a year as he lives in Tokyo. The grounds were beautiful, even in the rain. We had a very nice Japanese set lunch at a local restaurant featuring a chicken hot-pot, tempura shrimp, tofu, rice, etc. and fruit. Hei-an Shinto Shrine has enshrine do two deities of the first and last Kyoto emperors who were dedicated to peace. There are no writings jn Shinto, or any rules or ...
... of about three hours each, sitting Japanese style, to consume the proper quantity of rice from each prefecture. This amounts to six hours of careful rice eating in studied formality for a man who is now 82 years old. Only his son and future successor, the Crown Prince, is allowed to observe the emperor during this ceremony in order to know how to succeed him in this sacred task.
After leaving the Imperial Palace, Takeo’s friend, the ...
Off we went through the pass to Nyu-yamasemi Onsen north of the Kumano Kodo on the Nyuno River arriving during a monsoon like rainfall. I'm thinking.... eight kids and seven adults in two cabins in the rain!! That's when someone heard my plea and the sun came out. We had beautiful weather for the rest of that day and the next.
So nice to see the kids playing outside. The Onsen, situated on the river side, has a hand powered trolley ...
... blew and once again we were blessed with sakura snow. My thought at that point was only one, it was just sooo romantic (well I watched too many anime anyway).
My tour guide was being nice once again and decided that we should take the back alley from the park to Kiyomizu temple instead of going there by bus because he claimed there were soo many beautiful things to see at the back alley. He estimated that the journey will take around an hour but honestly ...