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... heavy bag whilst I wandered around the hilly area. I began with the beautiful Ueno Castle. Sadly a lot of it was under maintenance so I wasn't able to take too many pictures properly capturing it.
Next I headed to the Ninja Museum, I made it just in time for the guided tour of the house displaying all of the hidden compartments contained in a traditional Ninja's home. This was followed by a museum dedicated to all things Ninja :) To finish ...
... bicycle and a cell phone, met heaps ...
... C. “There's a smutty joke to be had here
somewhere,” I said. While currently looking the oldest of us, J was
the youngest at 22. He was talking about his travels in New Zealand
and Australia and Japan, except it turned out he left the States on
the same day I left the UK. By now he's in South Korea. That's fast
travelling, and this is from a man writing this doing 270kph on a bullet
train to Hiroshima. I was trying to get an ...
... to the park, it was almost half past two and I just missed a train to Iga-Ueno Station. The next train was scheduled to come in one hour... Fortunately, there was a TIC in front of the station and a middle-aged female worker kindly told me to take a bus to Iga-Ueno Station. Unfortunately, however, the bus arrived two minutes after a train left the station. Eventually, I had to wait for one hour there, which forced me to change my ...
... needed to make the bell ring for the famous ceremony that heralds the new year. The temple also has some great gardens, separate sub-temples, and a spooky cemetery that overlooks the rest of Kyoto and the surrounding hills.
Nanzen-Ji: This being one of the most pleasant temples in all Kyoto, with expansive grounds and numerous sub temples was built in 1291. It began as a retirement villa for Emperor Kameyama but was dedicated as a Zen temple after his death. ...