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... explore. Since it was our first temple, we spent a lot of time exploring the inner yard and buildings. There were some really old tapestries and elaborate shrines of Buddha within the temple. Ready to explore more of Kyoto, we grabbed our bags from the Ryokan and headed over to Higashiyama for our next hostel. When we arrived the hostel was closed for lunch, and we were afraid we'd be lugging our bags with us around. Luckily they had a little bell where they came and let ...
... is huge with details more a work of art than just a practical building.
We headed up the long series of escalators to the 11th floor and traversed the Skyway with its sweeping views of Kyoto as dusk.
From here we found our way to the rooftop to watch the glaring sunset over the mountains to the west – how many train stations offer such a view?
Whilst the Kyoto Tower looms over the station, the 11th floor is ...
... to how they prepare a simple cup of tea. It is this kind of attention to detail that makes traveling in Japan so special.
Calligraphy lessons with Catherine
Catherine and I were picked up at our machiya by our interpreter, Tomoko, and driven to a suburb of Kyoto to meet with our calligraphy instructor, a short elderly gentlemen who had started teaching calligraphy in his retirement. Both our instructor and his wife were extremely gracious and welcomed ...
... rich people, as the shrine is dedicated to do good business.
We decided to walk the 4.5 km long path to the top of the hill. The path is very nice through the forest and you can easily walk as it is not very steep. But walking in a brutal 34°C temperature with high humidity is not a piece of cake. We were sweating and soon were soaked ...
... can’t do all because the girls ask us to do “more kid friendly activities”. We laugh and agree with them.
However, we would like to see the main temples such as the Kouda-ji (or Silver Pavilion although it is not made of silver), the Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion), Kiyomizu-dera and the 1000 Buddhas, Yukari’s favorite). On our list, there are other places like the bamboo forest in Arashimaya and ...