Hotel Asyl Nara Annex
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... the bus we set off for Kasuga Grand Shrine which is a short walk up a hill. There are lots of lanterns at this shrine but it did not wow us as much as some of the previous shrines we have seen. We then were driven back to our hotel. Fraser went out to find a cash machine (you have to go to a 7/11 to use foreign cards) and 3 hours later he returned ready for bed after getting very lost and stopping for an ...
... in front of me? In the end when my meal arrived it was cooked and was placed on the hot griddle to keep warm. It wasn't potato either! I took a photo of the menu and have just looked up what it was I ate - Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients. The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning "what you like" or "what you want", and yaki meaning "grilled" or "cooked. The batter is made of ...
... a beautiful garden. Our room was Japanese style, with tamami mat and central table with cushions on the floor. At bedtime, we moved the table to the side and unrolled our futons with gloriously warm duvets.
On Day 1, we visited Todaiji Temple and Daibutsu (the Great Buddha). The temple building itself is quite impressive - it's the largest ...
... was a little scared at first because they were crowding around me as I took the food out, and they are also known to: Bite, Kick, and Trip and Butt people. I got a charm that protects against evil. We saw people doing rituals to give good luck to the people who passed away. We saw a tower Kofuku-ji and it had five stories to it but it had five roves and for each floor is where it had the roves. When we went to the Nara Park that’s where ...
... On the way we visited Fushimi Inari, a
shrine with the famous red Torii gates (made famous by Memoirs of a Geisha).
There have been shrines on this site since 711 AD with new gates being added
all the time by businesses and families (the more you spend, the bigger your
gate!) – very picturesque and an interesting ...