Hotel Nikko Osaka
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Waking up early due to time (and day) differences. Feeling so happy and excited. Also very thankful for all of the people who have encouraged me to travel this far, offered help in all the best ways.. language, maps, planning, financially and housing. I had no problems finding my way through customs and to my hotel. Everyone is so …
Ed and I went to the Horyuji Temple today while Charles and Jack stayed in Nara to go shopping for shurikens, Japanese throwing weapons And for Charles to kick his cold. Horyuji was built in 607. It is the world's oldest wooden building. Within the temple is a 5 storied pagoda and 3 storied pagoda. The 3 storied pagoda had incredible frescoes. Japan's oldest octagonal temple is also there. There is a huge hall which ...
... We are contemplating taking the plunge and purchasing a beautiful piece to add to our collection, we’ll decided tomorrow…
Next stop was the Gion district of the city, home to the geishas. Amazingly, there are only 100 geishas remaining in Tokyo, which is a city of nearly 20 million people. Kyoto has the largest concentration of geishas, with nearly 300 geishas here. Of these, over 40% are over the age of 65! 24 of the geishas ...
... Billiken, god of things as they should be, appears glowing in the roof. A screen at the top shows a clock face whizzing forward and you emerge into the light as the elevator heads up before dropping you at the top. The views are good, of course, showing the faded futuristic alleyways of Shinsekai spoking out from the tower. There's another queue, with attendant soundtrack, for a photo, this time with Billiken. It is optional, though, just walk past to head down the stairs ...
... algae, and potato salad, or their take on it, as it were. It's mostly pureed potatoes with incredible amounts of Kewpie mayo. Whoever said I'd be eating light in this country will be sat on by a 90kg me at the end of this trip.
We reached Kyoto at around 10am, and proceeded to climb the 200+ stairs to the upper part of the incredibly large station building to take in the view of the city. Asides from the Kyoto Tower - a bit of a 60's sore thumb on ...