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... local train from Kyoto to Osaka). The rest of the evening was not very long – we look a hot bath and fell asleep very quick.
Saturday, 29. August
Before leaving for Osaka we wanted to go to the Fushimi Inari-Taisha, a very famous Shinto shrine, also known from the movie „The Geisha“. Actually the known part is not the shrine but the thousands of torii, those traditional vermillion japanese gates, that lead there. One of the ...
... soup caught on fire. It took our entire table's water cups and the water jug to finally put it out. It was a good thing we moved the curtain earlier because it would have definitely caught on fire. After that Luke accidentally dumped out all the ice in the water pitcher and then almost spilt his miso soup. It was quite a funny lunch! After lunch, we headed to ...
... now as you will have seen some of the pictures and heard of the effect that Sake has on me (according to my son!).
As soon as we got to the main street outside the apartment building complex Jan spied a little place that looked open. No menu on the outside window with pictures and certainly no English to be seen. Jan popped his head in and the next thing we were sitting at what was I suppose at one point a teppanyaki bar with a group of smoking, drinking ladies in ...
... they could belt it out as often and Sam and I were. I could have done it all day. Time flew by and we all enjoyed it, even Sam Jackson who swore he wouldn't do it initially. We let him sing a couple of profanity-laden songs by Macklemore, and Catherine was the pop-princess, singing Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, and Taylor Swift. Sam was best at songs that actually require a good voice: throw-back performers like Michael Buble and Harry Connick Jr. I got to sing the ...
... also has a beautiful garden and blossoming sakuras, which are past full bloom now and are raining myriads of petals, like pink blizzard.
Since we had some time to kill before the geisha performance in the evening, we had some quick lunch at an udon place (where you got noodles and could add as much soup as you wanted on top), and then checked out the very interesting Kyoto International Manga ...