Hotel Sunroute Kyoto
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convenient .... a bus ride away from the station but between there and the places you want to see .... many restaurants within easy walking distance.
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... dress as well!
One of our day trips out of the city was to a city called Nara which is famous for 2 things; the first being a Giant Buddha housed in a temple, the second being the wild deer that roam the streets! Now even though I had heard about the wild deer, I wasn’t quite convinced that they would literally be roaming the streets, I imagined we would have to search for them in particular places. However I was proven wrong not for the first time and ...
... in 1955. The gardens around it really make it look very tranquil (sorry if I may sound too esoteric now but this is really a cool and beautiful place).
On the way back to Kyoto station sitting and standing in the wet, cramped bus we really felt what we did today. A lot of visits cramped into a short day. A day like this makes you very hungry and what better way to solve this problem by stuffing yourself with Sushi? In 2008 Basti, Jan and I went to a conveyor belt ...
... Silver pavilion - walking around the narrow streets of Gion and Higashiyama Ku districts, trying to spot Geishas and admiring the surviving wooden houses and stores - Fushimi Inari Shrine, dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice, famous for the countless torii gates, offerings by worshippers - watching young Maikos performing in their annual Geisha school performance, at ...
... sat in it. I made sure to grab a quick sit. Walking, we came up to an outdoor tea garden, where we had matcha prepared in a traditional fashion. Matcha is powered green tea, which is prepared by pouring boiling water into a bowl to allow it to cool to the perfect temperature. Then, the matcha is placed into the cup and then hot (but not boiling) water is poured over it. The matcha must be stirred, traditionally with a bamboo ...
... at least two pagoda and shrines. We thought it must be particularly important to the Japanese as many of the young girls and a lot of young men were dressed up in kimono which we thought might be about paying respect to Buddha. When we asked if we could take photos of the,, they were all very gracious and happy to let us. Of course Wazza got into a lot of photos with them. We had the best day and again we were ...