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... Laura and Andrew decided to have a rerun of the bread shop where we had purchased lunch this time for dinner but I wanted something a bit less on the refined carbs side of food. Now I was feeling more adventurous and found a typical style Japanese restaurant (though I think they may have been serving Chinese food). They had the usual plastic food plates in the window so I went in an ordered seafood soup with noodles and vegetables. Andrew ...
... the grounds of the Rokuon-ji temple complex. The top two stories of the pavilion are covered with pure gold leaf and the garden complex is an excellent example of the Muromachi period which was considered to be the classical age of Japanese garden design. It sought to integrate structures within the landscape in an artistic way, and a minimalist approach was introduced into the garden design by recreating larger landscapes in a smaller scale around the structure. The ...
... waterfalls. A number of small islands dart out in front and tranquility is as common to the area as a hot dog and beer to a baseball game.
Because of the cold temps, which remained int he low to mid 30s, our visit lasted about one hour.
From the site, we reentered the "real world" and found a pizza place for lunch.
Hopped back on the bus for another journey across town.
The Golden Temple is located in western Kyoto and our next ...
... love shrine), Kenninji temple & Gion. AMAZING day.
Food - sesame ice cream sundae and a Mc Donald's Japan style; teriyaki burger and mushroom sauce which turned out to be a powder!
- The locals seem to love dressing up in his and hers geisha outfits and having their photos taken near old temples!
- Tanuki is everywhere - it's meant to ward off evil spirits, but it's ...
... I frequented quite often and which had an amazing cinnamon toast at the time. I settled for Yakisoba teishoku and thought that it is pretty brilliant that the place still exists if hankyu department store no longer does! A definite must whenever I am in the area is this one little temple that was introduced to me about 20 years ago, by a very good looking architect who stayed in the I-house for whatever reason. It is just below ...