Hotel Centnovum Kyoto
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... areas: the Kodai-Ji Temple, which lights its trees to display their colors even at night, and there were lines to get in, even during the weeknights. We went on a Monday night, waiting patiently at dusk to see the crowds meander their way through the hilly pathways of the Temple grounds.
We visited the Temple of the Golden Pavilion on another gorgeous fall day, and we were clearly not the only ones with the idea. When we arrived way up to the ...
... with the four rules of the Monkey Park:
- Don’t stare at the monkeys in the eye
· Don’t touch the monkeys
· Don’t feed them outside
· Don’t take a picture on the way – Please take a distance more 3m with monkeys
By the time I had reached the main centre of the park, a lot of the park was closed off as it was drawing closer to closing time. This was of little ...
... s seat from which he could view the scenery. The shogun's will provided that on his death his castle would be given to the Budhists.
We next went to Nijo Castle. This was built by the first Tokugawa shogun in 1603. It is all original. This is the same shogun that destroyed the original Osaka Castle and then rebuilt it. This castle is all wood and the floors, which are magnificent boards, some 18 ...
... some seasoned beef. A pretty common dish is beef marinated in a red sweet and spicy sauce. There are a few main beer companies in Japan, and what you order is based on which region you’re in. Sapporo is from the north, it’s the beer of choice for Tokyo. You may have heard of Asahi, which is popular in Osaka. However in Kyoto, we were drinking Kirin. In the end, they’re all pretty similar light beers. We were sitting right next to the ...
... little old lady who runs the place was standing there with a cup of coffee for me! The lady returned about 20 minutes later with a pair of wellies for me to borrow so that I could go outside in the snow. No excuses now, so I set off. When I got downstairs, she refused to let me leave without strapping a heat pack to my back, under my coat. It was much appreciated once I got outside and realised how cold it was! She then chased me down the road with an umbrella to borrow. ...