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... train back into town and treated myself to a sushi lunch take away. Beautifully presented and delicious! Then a visit to the Silver Pavilion and another beautiful garden.
Headed into the Geisha district to find somewhere to eat. Kept seeing another foreigner doing the same thing and we started chatting. American Justin was looking for takoyaki or octopus balls! He used to share a ...
... these can turn out to be quite funny.
After having a rest back at the hotel and refuelling at dinner we then decided to head to one of the many karaoke joints. Karaoke is extremely popular in Japan and they have huge purpose built facilities with lots of private rooms to cater for this craze. We'd also been tipped off that the 'all you can drink' options can work out quite nicely. I guess ...
... the deer crackers to the tourists. There were
also many old tomb raider style lanterns lining the paths through the
gardens; covered in moss and cracking. Stopping for a quick lunch
turned into a long one after a dog walker decided to start talking to
us in very good English and told us all about where she has travelled
and gave us advice on Kyoto etc. Her dog was very well trained too
although fancied eating the rock and rubble and an occasional freak
... a free shuttle bus service to the Onsen. We are not able to show some pictures, because everybody is naked, it is forbidden to make pictures. Understandable, or not?? By the way the Onsen is split in Female and Male section. To get a small impression how it looks like, here the link to the web page: http://www.kurama-onsen.co.jp/index_e.h tml Remark, usually you taken your meals at an outside balcony, which is in a forest among a small ...
... at this site but it burned down and was never rebuilt. There are now only a couple teahouses and some gardens but they're really nice gardens. If you go to the Kyoto Imperial Palace you should definitely try to get tickets to Sento Gosho as well.
We had some time in the afternoon so we headed for Fushimi-inari-taisha. This shrine is known for the hundreds ...
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92-15 Takadacho, Yamatokoriyama | Hotelfrom $78