Flight Itinerary revamp project.
Hopping into the most famous ijinkan in Kitano-cho: the Weathercock House and Moegi House.
The exterior of this Starbucks has the loveliest trademark green + white combination.
Chilling at one of the most famous port cities – the port of Kobe: part II.
Chilling at one of the most famous port cities – the port of Kobe: part I.
Kongobuji (金剛峯寺) has a beautiful and the largest rock garden in Japan. And a nice kitchen too.
I came back to this place to enjoy more graveyards walk and the amazing autumn colours, without the rain this time! :)
Walking through the 2km long graveyard in the rain. Nothing but absolutely peace in mind.
No I didn’t drink from the river, the title is a lie. As much as I wanted to, I didn’t.
Warm and fuzzy, ozenzai @ Kasagi-ya is probably the best dessert to have in a cold day like this in Kyoto.
There’s this cafe called Cafe Garakuta (我楽苦多) on Ninenzaka slope. What does 我楽苦多 mean, exactly?
An old coffee chain based in Kyoto, the French toast was so good especially after lots of walking in Kiyomizudera!
Someone points at the sky and said in Japanese: it’s the colour of oni (demon). She’s probably right.
The ever adorable chirimen crafts, all available in this Chirimen Craft Museum @ Arashiyama.
Feels like a dream every time watching them performing on stage. The awesomeness.
Maybe not Tenryuji itself, but the Sogenchi landscape garden inside is a must-see.
A sightseeing train runs on a scenic railway in Arashiyama. Hear the captain sings!