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Bamboo Forest, Japan

We did get up early in the morning to visit the Bamboo forest, we went there by train. Just a short walked from the train station you can enter the Bamboo Forest. It is so worth the additional walking you will do in the forest. I have never seen anything like it in my life. […]

Senso-Ji, Japan

Asakusa is an oldest part off Tokyo amidst skyscrapers. It lies in the lap of the most modern part of Tokyo and probably that contributes to the charm of Asakusa. Located on the bank of Sumida river this place is still breathing traditional Japanese air. Asakusa is a district in Tokyo famous for Senso-ji Buddhist […]

Fuji Mountain, Japan

An unforgettable experience to check off your bucket list. Mount Fuji is the world-famous symbol of Japan; a beautifully symmetrical, snow-capped cone rising from the earth that has been inspiring poets, pilgrims and painters, and many more people, for centuries. There are several ways to see and experience Mount Fuji. The view that we are […]

Golden Pavilion, Japan

The Temple of the Golden Pavilion in all its majesty is something you must see with your own eyes to believe. Even seeing it in person feels almost unreal. The Golden Pavilion is situated in a garden surrounded by a pond. The shadow of the pavilion reflects in the calm water creating a very picturesque […]

Fushimi Inari, Japan

The Torii gates at Fushimi Inari Shrine give me one more reason to love historical Japan. These gates date back to 711 A.D. In addition to age, these grounds are said to hold over 10,000 Torii gates. To give a little background, a Torii gate is seen as an entrance to a sacred shrine in […]

Great Torii, Japan

Less than an hour from Hiroshima is Miyajima, a small island widely regarded to be one of the “Three Most Scenic Spots in Japan”. A claim like that can lead to big expectations, but Miyajima Island has no trouble living up the high praise. Mountains and forests back the island’s historic shrines while gorgeous views […]

Yasaka Shrine, Japan


Yasaka-no-to Pagoda, Japan

A long pagoda rising overlooking the floating world of Gion below, Yasaka-no-to Pagoda is a lovely sight by day or night.     While most pagodas come complete with temples, Yasaka-no-to Pagoda stands mostly alone, the buildings of the temple of which it once belonged (Hokan-ji Temple) having been destroyed by fires, earthquakes and wars […]

Koto-in, Japan

Koto-in is probably the most popular temple in Daitoku-ji. It was established in 1601 as a family temple by the famous military leader Hosokawa Tadaoki. The temple fame comes from its maples that produce beautiful colors in autumn. The long and narrow path from the temple gates to its main buildings is a very popular […]