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... god because the temple is on the mountain and it's too hard to go by bicycle :P
Even we went to only 1 place, there were lots of impression such as wonderful small restaurant, the old-fashion Japanese fan store, Taxi line for waiting people etc. So, we were still happy in Japan ^______^
I think Kyoto has many landmark where very interesting for traveling. If you want to travel around Kyoto, you should have book the room in Kyoto and plan you trip before it ...
... steps. There was a nice view on the way but the top sort of came and went with no good views which I was expecting. It is hard work when it is so chilly, you get nice and warm when walking uphill and then cool down when going down. We deliberately wore slightly less clothes to do the walk and also it was forecast to be about 6* so not as cold. We stopped in at the Kyoto station area and wandered to Toji temple on the way home because we obviously hadn't quite walked far ...
... 08.30 am, caught the 9.16 train to Kyoto which arrived on time at 10.31. Just had enough time to get to the hostel before it shut for the day from 11.00. Dumped my bags and set off exploring.
First stop was Shosei-en Gardens, a beautiful spot nearby. Very pretty with large ponds, bridges, tea house, lovely trees - very Japanese! Strange that!
Then on to Higashi Hongan- Ji, a Buddhist temple which is the focus ...
... tourists. It's just so different from the Kumano Kodo where we saw only a few other tourists and Shirahama and Sanda City where we didn't see any!
After lunch we met up with Masayo and Tasku in front of Yasaka Shrine. Tasku, our tour guide, soon realized that he needed to work on conversational English. He did a great job though, with Mom's help. They took us to Chion-in Temple to see a huge bell. Apparently when they ring the bell (on New Years) ...
... day, and instead of hoba miso, the lady preparing our breakfast, who I'd never seen before, fired up the grill, and started putting lumps of brown something onto the grill to warm through.
Apparently it was some kind of already-cooked tofu, which she was re-warming for me. Then taking my chopsticks out of my hand, she starts to smear the reheating tofu lumps with minced daikon radish. The only way to make this tofu worse would be to slather it it daikon.