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... windows with symbolizes healing.
- The shrines rarely have religious figures displayed in there. They are said to be Shinto shrines and therefore are built to have opened spaces rather then a figure of worship; thus allowing for more then one figure to be worshiped
We then stopped around the area for another break, after showing me the biggest the in Nara. While we sat down, he began preaching about spirituality and ...
... train back to Osaka.
We didn't actually catch the same train back together because we were both going to different stops but we organised to meet up for a beer at Osaka main train station before I catch the overnight bus to Tokyo.
When I got back to the hostel I had a quick shower and got my things ready. I really wanted to take a picture of Osaka's castle at night time because the night before I was so close. I had arranged to meet Xavier at Namba's metro platform ...
Went to Nara today. Walked to the main street from the train station towards the temples. The street has changed a bit with new road and street paving and lots of new buildings since we visited about 8 years ago. We wandered down to find the okonomiyaki restaurant that we had visited previously. Still had excellent okonomiyaki.
After lunch we walked to the five tiered pagoda temple and had a ...
... suckers and one even bit my shirt. It was actually pretty funny but I felt bad for Jord because I just threw all the crackers at the deer as I made my dash for safety so he didn't get to feed any but instead of coming to my aid he took a video of me getting harassed by a deer so I don't feel that bad for him. Afterwards I had one buddy deer follow me around for a bit but when he realized that I didn't have any crackers for him he left me alone. As ...
Continued from Tokyo.
24th May 2013
After reaching Kyoto station at about 1pm, I chuck my things in a coin locker (which most major stations in Japan offer) and head off to wander around. I while my time away by visiting a few more temples and shrines and write some notes about the last few days by the side of the river. I'll be meeting Sascha Freudlich at 6pm near his place (near Kyoto University which is a forty minute bus ride from Kyoto station). He ...