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... tall. I exit and head back to the train station and yet again go the wrong way. I make it to the train with seconds to spare. I disappoint a small family by sitting in their four seats. And get very annoyed with the mum who blocks my view. I eventually complain to the dad and she moves. A cm. before you think I sound really mean there was plenty of space for her to entertain the little one and let everyone else see. She then sits on me. Pffft. The ...
... was amusing to hear everyone slurping their noodles which is a sign of enjoyment for the Japanese and is polite. By the time we left there was a long line out the front of the restaurant. We then visited the Sanjūsangen-dō temple which exhibits 1001 Buddha statues, carved from wood and plated with gold. Dinner was had at the Yodobashi-Kyoto shopping complex, it was really ...
... children with the deer is clearly a favorite among their parents -- we admit to taking a few similar pictures ourselves!
Todaji is a world heritage site that consists of the Great Buddha Hall (Diabutsuden) and numerous other subtemples and halls. This Diabutsuden is also the largest wooden structure in the world! Unfortunately it has burned down and been rebuilt several times A building that big is needed to house the Buddha which ...
... farmers and slaughtered by certified butchers. The meat comes with a certificate of authenticity, if you will, which can be verified on the interwebs and will list all of the details for you. Our Kobe beef today is very real, very authentic and was named Tomihisa by the farmer that raised it, in case any of you might be interested to know. We were.
We then moved into the kitchen to learn how to make real ...
Sunday 27th... we slept all night for the first time since we arrived in Japan!YEY!
We got the JR Nara line from Kyoto to Inari Station to see Fushiminari-tuisha Shrine, this shrine was nothing short of amazing, a must see if your going to Japan! We did not expect it to be as big and magnificent as it was. Thousands of orange pillars making up a huge tunnel right up to the top of a mountain in a forest of bamboo! We climbed thousands of steps ...