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... safely at the top. We were greeted by what appeared to be a miniature Alpine village, complete with a beer stall, flowers and German folk music. We had a look around the perfume museum area and then made our way through the gardens which wound their way down the hill. The highlights were an indoor tropical dome (where a kid paddling in the water kept photobombing us) and the nice-smelling herb garden. Once we'd reached the bottom of the gardens we walked back up to the ...
... br> Upon arrival in Kyoto our first stop is Sanjusangendo. Sanjusangendo is the popular name for Rengeo-in, a temple in eastern Kyoto which is famous for its 1001 statues of Kannon, the goddess of mercy. The temple was founded in 1164 and rebuilt a century later after the original structure had been destroyed in a fire.
The temple hall ...
... All different varieties of stores lined up and was a treat to just stroll around and window shop at all the stores. You could easily spend few hours strolling in the teramachi street. Take a bus to Shijo Kawaramachi and you cannot miss the teramachi dori.
Next stop was dinner at Gotokuan, the much awaited kaiseki experience. Make sure to reserve and show up on time. As we enter the restaurant, we were seated by the window side which overlooked the river. It was 4 ...
... get back to the bullet train so we jumped into taxis that sped through the tiny alleys towards the train station.
I about puked my pants.
This taxi driver was driving like something out of a movie. Speeding through tiny alleys, running down children, the whole nine yards. But we made it there on time.
We took the bullet train back to Tokyo and I promptly fell asleep.
... leaving the serene temple grounds, we headed along Philosopher's Path in the direction of another group of temples. It seems that I picked the perfect time to come to Kyoto, as all the sakura trees along the path were in full bloom and starting to lose their petals in a soft pink rain. The Philosopher's Path follows a canal lined with hundreds of sakuras, and they were all blooming ...