Sparkling Dolphins Inn Kyoto
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... the surgical masks. I’ve seen it all over Japan, but it appears more prevalent in Kyoto. Kana said they because the population in Japan is so dense and they have to spend so much time in close proximity to others, they’ve adopted the practice of wearing masks when they are sick, or don’t want to get sick. Since most of those that I’ve seen wearing the masks are young adults, I think it’s more of a novelty item or a fad and ...
Great day today. Left Daisuke's around 9:30. Ate breakfast at small bakery by Suminodo station. Made our way up to Kyoto. From the station I just had a "feel" for where our hotel was. I knew it was kinda north west and about fifteen minutes away, so I just took off trying to sniff it out. I had looked at a map the night before so I had some idea. With family in tow I wandered in search of our ryokan. Got to a small intersection that ...
... remains my favourite city in the world, and this visit has only reinforced this view.
I love the city. I love its pace. I love its convenience. I love its shopping. I love its attractions. Most of all I love it for myriad of experiences and memories that it has given to me and my family on each of our 3 visits here that we'll treasure forever.
Kyoto, I'm not sure when we'll be back, but I just know we'll see you again at some point in the future.
We had an early start to the day, we have managed to catch the fisherman catching shellfish, which was quite lucky!
We have visited a museum of modern art in Adache and beautiful gardens set in an amazing landscape beyond - picture within a picture, windows acting as frames! Top one garden in Japan!
We ate a sweet dessert in this garden setting and went to catch a train to Kyoto.
After arriving to this well known city, we were slightly disappointed with the amount ...
... with Eiji’s friends and
family, which remain as my fondest memories. I have been completely overwhelmed
by everyone’s generosity and respect. The pillars of the Japanese culture are
so elegant, when all I can compare it too is the New Zealand way of life, I
imagine it is what our society once was like, where there was a great respect
of elders and where people are trusted and ...