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... with unbelievable views of mixed fall-color trees with evergreens and many had started to lose their leaves, so it looked like a multi-colored snowfall. We drank in the sights and were all pleased to have such a spectacular experience of autumn during our year of mostly temperate, spring-like weather.
One day, as we were going home from the Imperial Palace Park, we got some ice-cream. As I completed my somewhat indelicate practice of pushing the ...
... of their trip was to spend time at this same Onsen. It was strange to hear our Japanese friends sharing experiences about their time with a girl from Switzerland that we met in Myanmar!! Feels good to have been a part of their shared experience. Hopefully Katharina's family (she now has a baby boy) and our Japanese family will continue to stay in touch through the generations!!
In true Japanese tradition we had way too much food for dinner. Mayumi ...
... few people find solitude with their own thoughts. The sky garden was named as "the happy place". Ironically, I felt otherwise.
After going around the Kyoto Central Station, we head on to the ticketing station. Since this was the first time that we will be riding Japan's rail system. We need to carefully understand what station we are actually getting off and how to use the ticket vending machine. A local even approached us to ...
... craft and move out to find jobs at big companies. Some houses in Kyoto stay empty, apparently.
Hirooka-san showed us a small local Buddhist temple, where a priest that serves the neighbourhood works. Right near that temple was a local Shinto shrine that specializes in increasing worshippers' brain power. The two religions get along really well in Japan as their roles are clearly separated and there never was ...
... and a store entirely dedicated to photobooths! There was a toy store that we passed that sold products that were only of this one seal character, of which I do not know the name (amazingly considering that I even glanced once into the store).
After many hours of exploring Teramachi (I probably could have spent a lot more), we caught a cab back to the hotel to relax a little and prepare to go and grab some dinner at Kyoto JR station, which hosts many restaurants of different cuisines.