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... zen gate which has giant pilars and three doors. It illustrates the three roads to Buddha liberation and it is one of the three biggest gates of Japan. The nishiki market is my next stop. In this indoor market I get a sense of the great diversity of Japanese foods. After a cup of coffee at a jazzy cafe inside the market I'm heading to Toji Temple. The five story pagoda is the highest in Japan, ...
... looks like a rocket Launchpad, where each left and right tower could be used to hold a rocket during its construction, doubling up as a launch pad upon its completion. In some ways it also looked like a Lego Mechanix construction, as it is very squared off and a little messy looking in some areas.
The sky garden itself was essentially an elaborate observation deck targeted at more of an upmarket audience. The circular observation deck was ...
... had a lot of really elegantly painted screens, but we weren't allowed to take any pictures. The gardens were very lovely to walk through, with nice ponds and tastefully arranged plants.
Of the three temples, the first one we went to, Kinkaku-Ju, was the most stunning. It means the Golden Pavilion, and featured a stunning gold-plated villa topped with a golden phoenix and surrounded by a lovely lake. Also here, a bunch of Japanese junior ...
... to the top, as the bottom is full of people,
which thin out the further up you go making it very peaceful and
tranquil to be there. Having made it back down, we collected our bags
from the hostel and made our way back to Osaka for one night in a
capsule hotel before our flight out of Japan the next day.
The capsule hotel...weird! The capsules
are like something out of a spaceship, all lined up together, with
light, alarm and TV in each. I'm glad ...
... atmosphere. The room here only has 6 beds instead of 8 like the last hostel and this one doesn't have name tags for each of the beds. This time I wasn't greeted by some new friends in the room, just emptiness :(. I decide to keep myself busy by doing some laundry and cleaning up (finally fresh clothes!) all while waiting for new guests to arrive. The night goes on and no new arrivals to the room and everyone in the common room either ...