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... particularly the older generations embrace both Buddhism and the ancient Shinto religion. Buddhism deals with the past and Shinto, the present and future. She went on to explain the differences in the worship and the times they use both. She certainly made it very interesting and at times humorous like she said that on about December 24th they all become Christian so to reap the benefits of the Christmas spirit and the children get gifts from Santa Claus. ...
... br> We then headed back to Kyoto for a visit to Hushimi Inari shrine, which is recently celebrated its 1200th birthday, and was just renovated. The colors are magnificent, and the shrine is so notable that it was recently featured in one of the Manga anime movies. It is the quintessential Japanese shrine, with everything in the proper place and spectacular colors everywhere you look. One of the shrines was full of offerings from people who have folded ...
... 300? The man was indicating 3, but seemed to be asking me the question, and only when he accepted my two did he figure I might be paying for the family. Working as their western bodyguard, or something. We made it, and had our 1k backwards, one forwards trip. The other family I'd seen in the park were already on board, which pleased the bit of me that pretends at psychic connections. Frankly, a fair amount of the ride is through ...
... i bambusowego lasu. Cały dzień dopisywała słoneczna pogoda i trochę się spiekliśmy.
Po Arashiyama'ie pojechaliśmy do Fushimi Inari żeby zobaczyć ponad 10 tysięcy czerwonych bram Torii prowadzących przez szczyty gór do paru świątyń. Kazda z nich jest dedykowana innej fundacji i wymieniana co 10 lat.
Kolejny udany dzień, do usłyszenia wkrótce!
... views so we stopped and had a drink at one of the bars. At the private restaurant next door to the bar we witnessed Geishas entertaining gentlemen at dinner and really saw how these girls pamper these men. We were amazed at how the men arrive, they then strip and put on kimonos and then the girls lead them to the dinner table. It was all very interesting!
Geisha (芸者) are traditional Japanese female entertainers who act as hostesses and ...