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... completed. The building is made out of wood but the main difference between this Garden and the one at Kinkaju-ji is that this one mainly consists of raked sand. There must be some sealant sprayed on to the sand. Otherwise, every time it rains or if there is a strong wind, the design will change.
From Ginkaku-ji, we went to the Philosopher's Walk. It was a 2 Km walk ...
... water most welcome. Perhaps Nara's most appealing feature for us was that it was all in a forest, in the shade! We finally dragged ourselves away from the ice cream and deer to head back to Kyoto. In our next episode, we'll tell you about our final day in Kyoto, before moving on to Osaka... Interesting points made by Kalila recently: (above the sulphur mines at the top of Mount ...
... we sat at the sushi bar and it was made in front of us. Then we ordered some salmon and tuna nigiri and it was one of the best sushi meals I have ever had.
The fish was some of the best cuts and for a medium-ish full meal, it cost ¥4,050. The only thing strange about this place was that they allowed smoking! It's been many many years since that has happened in a restaurant I have dined at! But, I have come to see that it is quite normal in Japan.
We continued ...
... my glasses kept fogging up. I had to continuously fan my face with my hand fan I bought at the Daiso to keep up with the fogging. Along the path there are little shops and shrines to catch your breath at, I wish the signage was in English so I could read about the real meaning of these break points. I finally got to the top and felt wonderful and wet, haha, it isn't the prettiest picture of me, but it shows I made it. I would say the walk down was much better, not because it ...
While the temple compound is large and is fascinating in itself the main reason to visit Tenryuji is the large Zen Garden complex - one of the many UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kyoto. For a budget traveller this may seem expensive at 500Y to see a garden, ...