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It's a public holiday in Japan. We first went to 伏見稻荷神 ;社 (Fushimi Inari Taisha) in the morning after grabbing a piece of pastry at the metro station. I got a 100-yen coffee at 伏見. This shrine is famous for its long torii. We moved slowly through different areas in shrine as it was so crowded. It was a pretty place with those orange torii. There's a place for hiking but ...
The Japanese train station. A veritable labyrinth of layers, escalators, shops and walkways. Platforms are all over the place and the signs take a while to decode. Do you take the green line on platform 4 or 5. Checking that the trains go in the right direction and to the stop that you want to go is a challenge when only some of the stations are labeled in English. However this confusion pales in comparison to meeting up with people when there are several exits with a similar ...
... a bit lost, we found ourselves with other tourists at the amazing Kiyomizu-dera (see pictures). Combined with the cherry blossoms, I really loved this temple, regardless of the rain. After touring the huge complex for a few hours, we walked around some awesome streets, had some lunch, and then wandered to Kodai-ji, a very cool temple. We then checked out Maruyama-koen, which is a wonder park. As it was getting dark, ...
... the most complicated transit map I have been offered during our entire trip. Soooo...for 15 dollars we rented a mini ipad with wifi for 48 hours. We hoped access to the internet would help us by providing a more readable map of Kyoto and something to refer to when visiting the many distracts of Kyoto. We hunkered down at Starbucks for breakfast and to pick a district to visit. We headed to Souther Higashiyama first. Unfortunately, the ...
... Studio Park. After getting off the train, we hopped into the first convenience store we saw to grab something to eat. We heard three people speaking Dutch on the other side of the road as we were having our breakfast sitting outside one of the many convenience stores strewn about Japan. We overheard them asking a question I can no longer reproduce to you and I shouted a random response to them in Dutch. They didn’t hear it, so we thought nothing more of it. A little while ...