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... and was put up by Precision Manufacturing who make parts for machinery including rockets. Past shoguns and wealthy families are represented, but also there are many small stones adorned with red aprons or bibs. These are apparently for miscarried children, but otherwise I am unclear about the significance. Coins are tossed around many of the monuments ... I wondered if eventually they are collected by the monks. Monuments can be anything and any size, but the closer to the top ...
First we visited the Nijo Castle, the Tokugawa Shogun's mansion in Kyoto from 1604-1868. We removed our shoes and went in stocking feet for cleanliness purposes. The castle has a sequence of meeting rooms and hallways leading to the ultimate area of shogun's living quarters. Decorations of gold leaf and painted pine trees and animals, thematic as per the hierarchical level of people who met there and proximity to the shogun. Pine trees were used for decoration as ...
... bark roofing a nearly religious experience and the carpenters who know how to do this much in demand. This is a modern, highly technology-oriented country, but anything having to do with religion is extremely traditional in character.
The Kyoto Imperial Palace itself is impeccable and elegant, ostentatious only in its scope and size. Golden excess is not the pattern in Japan, which values reserve and balance, proportion and subtlety in its ...
... 3 monkeys on a banana!
The monkeys took the food right out of your hand and it was really funny to see everyone so scared of them.We went back to the playground and slid down the slide. Adryan couldn't fit cuz his hips were too wide.
Then, Matt put Haakon on the zipline and ran pulling the string with him and Haakon went and swung over a pole and almost fell off. He said it was fun. Then, we went and got lunch. Carlene, liana and I went to a restaurant and liana ...
... We did half of it because there was a lot on the itinerary for the day. Then we took the train to Arashiyama which a beautiful district in the mountains about 15 minutes by train from Kyoto. There was a lovely river (Oi River) and the famous Togetsukyo (Moon Crossing) Bridge. This place is meant to have some of the best viewings of the famous cherry blossoms "sakura" but we were a bit too late in the season on this one.
There were many shops and little eateries ...