I wasn’t able to take enough photos from this trip – mainly because I was enjoying the view and the company of people I was with. Here, have some small details from Tokyo. Oh, I also included a photo of Fuji-san. Advertisements
A photo walk session in Path of Philosophy and some photos of our transition from Kyoto to Osaka.
On our fourth day in Japan, the four of us woke up early to visit the Philosopher’s Path. Despite following the map, we found ourselves in a totally different place – Nanzen-ji Temple. At the entrance of the temple, you can light some incense – like we did! We observed an elderly group of women … More Eikan-do Temple and Nishiki market
A trip to a historic piece of Kyoto – a collection of gorgeous gardens and the ruins of a palace – is only a bus ride away. Here’s a tip – on our trip to the palace, several families were holding picnics. Bring some snacks (and a mat, if you can) and enjoy the view! … More Kyoto: Nijo Castle & Arashiyama
Getting lost is tiring, so we ate a bit of lunch and took the train to Fushimi Inari Station. There are a lot of interesting shops and food stalls along the path to Fushimi Inari. The street leading to the shrine were lined with food stalls. You can’t help but be tempted by the food locals and fellow … More Kyoto: Fushimi Inari Shrine & Gion
During the first leg of our trip to Japan (Kyoto), we stayed at Kyoto Traveler’s Inn. I highly suggest staying here if you’re traveling on a budget, but you might encounter a bit of a problem if you travel with a lot of luggage. What I love most about this inn is the onsen (which is a must … More Kyoto: Southern Higashiyama