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Travel Blogs from Ikeda
... Japan is all about: ancient temples, colourful shrines and sublime gardens. Also the place where, if you are lucky (or rich) enough, you can spot geisha.
Due to huge number of places and sites to see (17 UNESCO Heritage sites) we had to plan 2 days in Kyoto to see as much as we can but in relaxed pace. First day plan was to explore east part of Kyoto, starting from Northern Higashiyama and walk down to the south to Sothern Higashiyama. Second day plan is to Start in Central ...
... br> We can buy the cup 300yen and draw the package.
Then pick the taste and toppings.
I have chosen Chili Tomato flavor and picked cheese, asparagus, imitation crab and naruto as toppings.
A staff packed my original cup noodle !!
By the way what are you doing when you are waiting 3min. to ready to eat ...
... Crowded buses. Crowds to catch trains and buses. Crowds to get into any attractions (except Disneyland on a cold rainy day), etc. You get the idea.
- The Japanese obsession with superheating transport in Winter. I understand that the Japanese Winters are cold, but that is still not a good excuse to cook your bus or train occupants. The strange thing was that we seemed to be the only ones that noticed this temperate madness. ...
... around the Imperial Palace.
As soon as we got down to the river bank, Nicholas started asking if they could go wading. Tony said that we should wait and see if we found any Japanese kids in the water. Soon enough, we found a set of stepping stones across the river, with kids playing on them, and we said go for it. The boys had a great time. Tony got wet feet when I knocked my clip on sunglasses into the river and he gallantly rescued them, but ...
... it to Nijo Castle in Kyoto by 4pm. So we were ready to hit the ground running as soon as the train stopped. We had a little trouble getting to our hotel, due to a faulty map. But thanks to the nicest cab drivers in the world we all made it! Bryan and I dropped our bags and sprinted for the subway. Aunt Margie and Carl decided to hang back and rest/check out the neighborhood while we were gone.
Nijo Castle was built by Tokugawa Lemitsu Shogun in1626. ...