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The Philosopher’s Walk

Posted on 18 February 2012

Travel Date: 28 October 2010
Location: Eastern part of Kyoto

After visited Nanzenji and Eikando, following some signboards and I saw this one end of the Philosopher’s Walk, or Tetsugaku no Michi (哲学の道). Was quite excited since I have always curious about how philosophical or inspirational can it be – and finally this is the day that I came to see it myself! :D

Result is, it’s just a fairly normal short stroll along a stream (hope it’s not a drain) at the back or in front of some local residential houses. Wasn’t incredibly feeling inspired (duh), but still a very nice stroll in the rain. Hopefully there will be a chance for me to walk on this path again, during the hanami (cherry blossom) season.

Taken from Wikipedia:
“The Philosopher’s Walk is a pedestrian path that follows a cherry-tree-lined canal in Kyoto, between Ginkaku-ji and Nanzen-ji. The route is so-named because the influential 20th century Japanese philosopher and Kyoto University professor Nishida Kitaro is thought to have used it for daily meditation.”

Random ozenzai shop. Ozenzai is sweet azuki bean soup with pieces of mochi.

Little path, little stream

Walking in the rain

My first time seeing Häagen-Dazs icecream vending machine :D

The other end of the Philosopher's Walk

How To Get There

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