Ark Hotel Kyoto
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Vaknade för första gången utan den terroriserande telefon som vill ha upp mig mitt i den japanska natten, jippy.
Undrade hur det skulle bli med dagens parad, Gion Matsuri som var tänkt att starta kl 9? Efter en hel del blåsande i natt så verkar vädret blivit betydligt bättre än prognoserna hur orkanen skulle dra fram. På frukosten berä …
... to be there and making sure it’s still open. Upon searching for the right room or entrance to the Museum (another dilemma apart from everything is in Japanese people that work in the building don’t seem to know much where the displays are) we did got lost a few times and end up in a room with watercolour art displayed. We knew this was not the right place but we couldn’t resist having a peek as it seemed a gallery show was happening, and there were ...
... we went off to our next overnight stop at a capsule hotel! We were both dead excited about this as it looked pretty futuristic from the photos, and it did not disappoint. Our capsule hotel seemed a bit fancier than most, mainly because it was one of the few unisex options available - many capsule hotels are for one gender only - but it was still really very cheap. We checked in to a blinding white space with pictorial instructions everywhere. We put our shoes ...
... along an old canal on the 'Path of Philosophy'. Generations have walked this path to meditate, so we pondered life as we walked and explored the gardens and temples between the Ginkaku-Ji and the Nanzen-Ji Temples. Bus 100 also took us to the Higashiyama Area where we walked throughout the grounds of Kiyomizu-dera Temple and wandered down the stone streets that wound by small shops to Maruyama Park.
It is Golden Week here ...
Kyoto is a city located in the central part of the island of Honshu and was the imperial capital of Japan for more than one thousand years.
Due to its historic value, the city was removed from the list of targetable cities for the atomic bomb and spared from air raids during World War II. As a result of this, there are over 1600 temples, shrines and other historically priceless structures in the city today.
On a two day ...