Archives for posts with tag: Kyoto

The beautiful fushimi inari. Walking up the mountain under them and taking a hundred photos.

Tame wild deer of Nara. They make funny noises.

The giant golden Buddha

Watching the kids and the teacher scramble through the hole the size of Buddha’s nostril.

Omelette on rice for lunch. Surprisingly delicious.

Delicious rice and soya sauce thing for dinner.

More KitKat flavours!

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Kurama and Kibune. Even though Kurama was mostly shut because of the typhoon damage.

The Buddhist lunch. I love soba noodles.

The cute train up to the villages.

Elegant trains.

Spotting an actual geisha.

The beautiful tiny streets with wooden houses and lanterns.

Wandering. Always wandering.

Walking around an art gallery without shoes on. That should be a thing in more places. Plus the little meditation area.

The temple in the dark. Glowing lanterns.

Sushi. I liked it!

A hot gin cocktail.

The tiramisu pancake thing.

Swaying bamboo at the bamboo forest

The golden temple

The buckwheat soba noodles we ate just outside the temple

The beautiful entrance ticket

Wandering in the giant, empty park

Finding green tea KitKat’s

Fig cake

The tiny dog that peed on me

Organic vegetarian meal in a cute restaurant upstairs

Vintage shopping

Just wandering through the streets of Kyoto. It feels a little bit French.

Sunshine! Such blue skies.

The child trolleys in Takayama.

Kyoto. Oh my god. I’m in love. This city is beautiful.

The outrageously beautiful garden outside the restaurant.

The shops filled with gorgeous clothes.

The crunchy chocolate things.

The charcoal incense.

I love this city. I’d like to stay.