Ark Hotel Kyoto
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... Kyomai (Kyoto Style Dance) and Bunraku ( puppet play). They were all very neat to see but my favourite was the Kyomai Dance. So beautiful and elegant. By now it was 8 at night, I had been out of my hotel room for over 12 hours. I needed supper so I walked back through the Gion District ( no Geisha's this time). I ended up having a big salad, which made me very happy!! I made my way back to my hotel, medicated myself and promptly went to ...
... Market and getting another sample of weird and wonderful Japanese cuisine. I think I found the world's biggest crab here. Definitely don't want to **** him off!!
Following a quick belly fill I set off to see more temples!! Before the day is out I explore Shimigamo Shrine set at the place in the woods “where lies cannot be concealed”. Wouldn't I like to take a few people in there and see what happens!! Then ...
... for a bit and I just waited it out. We went to the Toyota museum after where we couldn't figure out how this car suddenly appeared after this video demo. The bus ride to Nagoya, I slept the entire way, and got to the Suzuki race track. The track was really cool, and we got to ride the bus along it. The entire drive to Kyoto, I slept and I was hungry because I hadn't eaten. That night we found this place to eat that overlooked a small creek and the ...
... gardens, and making our way to the city, we stopped at few shops displaying yukata and traditional japanese shooes. Well not the best day to try things on as you need to take off everything that keep you warm: first t-shirt, second t-shirt, sweater, rain coat... it is also not really nice for the owner of the shop as you just wet his entire shop... anyway buying a few things solve a few things... Also it is nice, to see that they always provide you plastic ...
... entertaining guy at the markets who had a big crowd around him. Seems to have been in the paper and magazines as he had copies of articles on display. Quite a few people bought knives there.
Walked back to the train station and tried again to buy Geoff's Xmas present - a sake jug and cups. No luck there as there were all so expensive. Also went to Bic Camera shop to get a USB multi ...