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... what was touted as 'the oldest bridge in Japan', however, what I think it should say is the oldest site where a bridge has always existed, or words to that effect. Uji Bridge is believed to have been originally constructed in 646, making it one of the oldest bridges in Japan, however, it is now quite a modern bridge with concrete pylons! It is, however, mentioned in several works of Japanese literature, in particular, 'The Tale of Genji" which ...
We woke up fairly late, after the previous night's exertions and took a stroll to the central train station. The weather was stunning again, so it was a lovely walk through the city centre, with frequent clusters of cherry blossoms brightening up the walk further. At the station, we reserved our tickets for the next few legs of travel before scouring Kyoto station for somewhere to grab some lunch. The architecture in the station is incredible, but it's a pain to find anything! ...
... stay in a gathering in the mountains for the next month, come along."
"Yea, why not"
We google mapped a train station near the green area surrounding Kyoto. Arrived at night and hiked up the surrounding mountain and camped between a Shinto temple and grave yard, under brilliant stars overlooking the city..
Yoga and cooking on open fire in the secluded spot, we were a 10 minute walk to the city center, library, best ...
On this morning we rode the bullet train to Kyoto. It looked so futuristic and we had a lot of leg room, wish the airplane was set up that way!
When we arrived there we toured the Jekei Medical College and it was really interesting. The best part was learning about Eastern Medicine and a woman showed us acupuncture and other various remedies. The acupuncturist put ...
... leaving the serene temple grounds, we headed along Philosopher's Path in the direction of another group of temples. It seems that I picked the perfect time to come to Kyoto, as all the sakura trees along the path were in full bloom and starting to lose their petals in a soft pink rain. The Philosopher's Path follows a canal lined with hundreds of sakuras, and they were all blooming ...