Station Ryokan Seiki
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... handicraft workshop just so happened to be located in Kyoto, and we went to see what they have. I chose my model in detail by looking at the ready-made cho-chin they had at the shop, their catalogue and the lady's suggestions. My cho-chin will be about 1 meter in height and contain a fairly common traditional script, and will be ready in about two weeks. The price was very affordable for quality handicraft, around 120 euros. Can't wait to see it finished!
... be fine and the standard of competitors would ...
- Hiroshima and Miyajima. An early, tour-coordinated taxi pickup swept our small group to the Kyoto station where we boarded a Shinkansen to Hiroshima. After arriving in Hiroshima, we boarded a local train for 30min and another 10min ferry ride to Miyajima. This is a beautiful place and we would definitely go back. The serendipitous surprise was that it was well known for oysters and we love oysters! ...
... some water. Whack repeatedly, occasionally screaming or wetting the mixture. Job done.
We arrive at our hostel and ask for recommendations for places to eat. Close by is a tempura place but on arriving it was shut. Luckily we had spotted an Indian flag flown by a restaurant nearby and pop in for a curry buffet, with cricket based banter thrown in by the waiter. The next day sees us hop on a bus to the north end of town to ...
... time – they had at least 30 counters just dedicated to cake & pastries, then there was the seafood, tempura (there appeared to be about 25 display counters of those) then the vegetables, tea, alcohol, sweets as in chocolates, etc but Japanese sweets! We saw (and took a photo of) a honey dew melon and you will never guess how much a whole one was - 6300 yen (equates to about $80aud) it wasn’t even a special melon, just a plain old melon. They also had ...