Kyoto Daiichi Hotel
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... colours and raked gravel. The lovely stone path you'll see in the pictures dates to 1339. After that garden we wandered a lovely stone path through gates, a copse of bamboo, a pond with koi carp and water lilies, over stunning little bridges - this garden had it all. It was a definite favourite! We continued strolling the streets and made our way to the Philosophers Walk. We stopped for a drink along the way at a small, family run cafe and enjoyed sitting in the ...
... show now made into a wonderful award-winning film that centres on such a diner, Midnight Diner (the sort of refreshingly simply told, and simply filmed tale that Hollywood cannot match). See YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GbcExH6EN n8bjk
One other anecdote: there are now diners which do not have any pretence to the traditional look, more neon and plastic-topped tables, but which are cheap and the food really good: the menu is probably 30 or so ...
... be traditional but I wasn’t prepared for a temple nearly every block and loads of people wearing kimonos.
On Friday we did some wandering and sorting out, we also visited Higashi-Honganji Temple which was very beautiful. The halls were spaced apart with wooden walkways in between, and a purification trough in order to cleanse one’s mouth and hands. We took off our shoes and cautiously slid open shoji doors to reveal rooms of ...
... juyogiunimu and junikiuaggi. He really loves map reading. The Temple was spectacular, the photos do not do it justice. I suspect we are in Kyoto in the most dreary season and yet it is still beautiful. I was so happy to see how the kids embraced the Temple. We headed south down the Path of Philosophy. A journey that I would love all those I love to see. Google it, ...
... the back of the carriage as this is where there is space to store them. Luckily they were free so we booked them up.
As with our journey to Takayama we had a view of the Japanese countryside the whole journey which was awesome, this was made better as we were in the first carriage and we could see out the front and the driver (like our journey here this was a local train rather than bullet train). We have been using a train timetable that we received with ...