When you set foot in the Land of the Rising Sun, you’ll notice the ubiquity of temples. Temples, temples, temples everywhere; from the heart of Urban Tokyo to the depths of Kyushu’s jungles, from the rustic country side to the…Read More
Like temples and shrines, the ubiquity of gardens is something you’ll notice when you visit Japan. Gardening culture stretches far back in time and nations from all over the world have their own gardening culture and aesthetic. Japanese gardening culture…Read More
Kyoto Chionin（知恩院）is the head temple of most popular the Jodo sect. The Massibe Sanmon Gate is must see!
Chionin’s massive Sanmon Gate is the largest wooden gate in Japan. It was built in 1621 by Shogun Tokugawa Hidetada. It is National Treasure and is not open to public except certain days. This year it was open to public…Read More
Tenryuji（天龍寺） is the most important and must see temple in Kyoto’s most visited place for fall foliage Arashiyama district.
Arashiyama district is the most popular place to visit during fall foliage season. It takes only 30 minutes by train or driving from downtown of Kyoto, but taxi driver told me it took good 3 hours to get there in…Read More
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One of Japan’s best food YAKITORI "KUSHIKURA" faniyse Yakitori restaurant in KYOTO 「串くら 京都」
GION is really "this is Kyoto", Strolling around in Gion, you will always have some surprises and discoveries. 「祇園」
Shopping & Eating inside of Saidaiji Train Station located Japan’s oldest Capital "NARA" 「奈良 西大寺」