Hotel Keihan Kyoto
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... a 100 metre stretch of tori gates, I couldn't have been more wrong. The tori gates(which are sponsored by local businesses) headed all the way up a mountainside! Once I realised this I was determined to reach the summit. A lot of steps and hundreds(possibly thousands) of tori gates later I reached the top and got some great views of Kyoto's suburbs on the way! It was a great experience and i really have never seen anything like ...
... section with manga written in over 15 different languages. I didn't realize that there were "no photography allowed" signs until after my 4th picture. Ooops.
My absolutely favorite place was the Fushimi Inari Shrine. I love this Shrine. This is one of the most popular deities in the Shinto religion with over 30,000 sub-shrines throughout Japan. I unfortunately didn't climb the whole mountain since not only did I have all my luggage on me, but I had ...
... the train ticket included aquarium entry and all subway access. This was worth it because the entrance into the aquarium was already ¥2,300.
Before we set off, we stopped into a small eatery in the station for some Japanese curry and rice. For ¥700, it was cheap!
So off we went to the aquarium. It is one of the largest in the world and they had such cute creatures including otters, sea lions, turtles, large crabs, monkeys but the largest tank had the most ...
... as a garden retreat. The flowers and trees planted there are fantastic, and from the upper reaches of the garden you obtain a magnificent view of the city of Kyoto.
After spending some great time here, and enjoying some matcha green tea in the lower garden, we headed through the bamboo forest to Tenru-ji temple. The grounds are spectacular, with incredible floral colors everywhere, including magnolias, cherries, plums, azaleas and many others ...
... outside of Japan, and thus foreigners have to find a 7-11 or post office where the ATMs do work. Thankfully 7-11s can be found on practically every street corner here.
I had forgotten that when we were at a temple in Tokyo I paid $1 for a fortune. I shook a large cylinder container that had long sticks in it. The stick that was shaken out of a tiny hole had Japanese characters on it, which were then matched with characters on a drawer amongst ...