hotel AGORA osaka moriguchi
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... each set you popped out at another shrine. Rode back toward the hotel and stopped in at the Nishiki Markets. Famous for their produce and that there are shops there that are run by 4th and 5th generation families. You could by anything and everything, daikon pickled in sake lees, fresh seafood, Japanese steel knives, local ceramics and more. Forgot to take a photo, so thieved one off a ...
Got the hang of this now. Up and down the street to the train station. Planning and strategy over coffee and coffee scroll at the Little Mermaid chain patisserie. Up to the platform for the Shinkansen Sakura to Shin-Kobe station (followers would note this is our second transit through, but not stopping at, Kobe). We needed to be early as this is our only non-reserved stretch and as luck would have it being first got us the last adjoining ...
... and bought myself a Shuinchou (temple and shrine seal book) You can use this to keep a log of the temples and shrines you have visited, only you don't fill it yourself but instead pay a monk to handwrite beautiful japanese characters in it representing the temple or shrine you have visited. Totally awe-inspiring! Got back on the bike to get to Ginkaku-Ji or Silver Pavillion. Quite a ride because it was on the complete other side of town. Visited another ...
I will open this by admitting that Kyoto was not our best stop. There were a few reasons for this and they all kind of added up. For one thing, we were really feeling the pain of not having enough time in places after Tokyo and Takayama, and knowing that there were dozens of places to see in Kyoto and only four days started us off in a swirly-eyed frame of mind, which led us to schedule our time too aggressively, which made us even more swirly-eyed. Also, most ...
... After we ask several people, including that we have directed wrong direction, Marcin went out like a "SCOUT" into a small street to check if the place is there, he come back with a non satisfied face. Suddenly it open a window in our back and a older women starting talking to us in a very aggressive tone. We told her that we don't understand Japanese, but she keeps talking, till the obligatory sign for Geijin pops up, the arms build a cross, like the ...