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Land of 1000 Temples

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on Jun 03, 2014

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... Station, we had to find our hotel. Which turned out to be extremely easy since it's attached to the station. Cool. The station itself is enormous, and really is much more than a station. Sure there's the Shinkansen station, along with various JR line accesses, but it's also a giant mall that is several stories high (Isetan), several stories of just restaurants (in something called the Cube - which is not cube-shaped), and a separate building ...

Hagashiyama and the Philosopher's Path in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 30, 2013

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... how quickly the past 2 weeks have flown by!

On Sunday December 1, our flight out of KIX was scheduled to depart around 6pm. Given the need to be at the airport a few hours early and the lengthy trip on the train, we reserved a train departing Kyoto Station for KIX at about 1pm. This day we slept in, had breakfast at a quaint little cafe down the street, and slowly packed and got ourselves organized for the journey home. It was a good ...

A Rainy Day at the MOMAK

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 19, 2013

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... the rest of Nishiki, I bought some kiwi jello from the department store and snacked on it. The jello was slightly runny and still had the kiwi seeds, so I'm assuming and hoping it was real fruit.

For dinner, I stopped at Sukiya, a really high-quality restaurant chain that sold rice bowls. This was my last dinner in Japan, and I wanted unagi (eel). After putting away my soaked umbrella, I had a seat in the empty restaurant. I was waited on by the ...

An Introduction to Japan

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 05, 2013

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... and it is a credit to its owners that it has served as a model that others have followed.

After the airport, there is the train, which travels the 99 km up to Kyoto in about 75 minutes: it's neat and tidy, and not strewn with old newspapers and drink containers as one sees so often in London. And from the train the urban landscape unfolds as small but well presented houses in the suburban areas, and ...

Kinkaku-ji, Nijo-jo & Kitano Tenman-gu

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Feb 25, 2013

... along the route through the gardens and past some other buildings. There's nothing else that compares to the Golden Pavilion though. After going through once I went back in to check the view of the Golden Pavilion again and then left.

I started walking to the Kitano Tenman-gu temple. There's a market there on the 25th of the month. I got to a temple and wandered over. There was a tiny market with half ...