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... of the Japanese culture, and seeing the movie again, I am glad we let the kids see it. It spurred on some good conversations about old versus new ways, history & wars, and what makes the Japanese culture unique. One movie line captures the cultural point: "They strive for perfection in everything they pursue," the lead character remarked about his observations of the Samurai villagers making tea, farming, cleaning, practicing their crafts, etc.
... shrine Heian Jingu (de / en) was attracting us, as we saw the huge Torji from far away. We decided to see the nice Japanes garden area as a contrast to the busy city.
There you could almost not hear the noise and it was very relaxing exploring the garden with its ponds and nice trees
When we continued we arrived at the silver tempel, but they close at 16:30 and we were too late. So back to the hotel and go for ...
... it’s a bit messy. Thanks
10, 50, 100, 200, 270 quilòmetres per hora. Aquesta és la velocitat del tren-bala que agafem a Odawara per anar a Kyoto. 毎時10、50、100 、200、270キロ& #12290;それは我 々が京都に ...
... on the top and then sauce is added at the end. There were two restaurants where they served blowfish prepared by specially trained licensed chefs. Apparently if this is not prepared properly the eater will die.
We are now staying for the next four nights at the Kyoto Hotel Okura. It is apparently the most sought after hotel in Kyoto, but it is Japanese. What I have found most interesting so far is that very few Japanese speak ...
... the hotel, dumped our overnight bags and went on a walking tour of some nearby temples. The first one we came to was up a steep, narrow street with shops on either side. The temple is called Kiyomizu-dera and was founded in the Heidan period in 778 and it is a Buddhist temple named after the waterfall within the complex which runs off the nearby hills, Kiyomizu means clear water. The site is very large and the present buildings ...