日本: Kyoto Redux

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Fushimi Inari Shrine

It was a very photogenic day trip to Kyoto City, in which we visited two of the tourist-musts that I missed the first round. Setsubun was a little distracting. This time, there was nothing to take our attention off of the 40 minute cross-city bus ride to Kinkakuji Shrine, or our 1+ hour long walk to Fushima Inari shrine. Both, by the way, totally amazing, although my heart is more in Fushima Inari. Just crazy awesome.

By the time I returned to my apartment, I had a gigantic paper bag full of Kit Kats and cream puffs. That's some serious shopping.

Fushimi Inari Shrine Overlook
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Fushimi Inari Shrine
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Fushimi Inari Shrine Kinkakuji Golden Shrine
Kinkakuji Golden Shrine
Kinkakuji Shrine Spring
Kinkakuji Golden Shrine
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6 comments:

Corin said...

Gorgeous photos!

aki! said...

Looks awesome. I've been looking through your last couple of posts. Really nice lovely pictures.

Manda said...

I love that first picture! I think if I were to visit Japan, Kyoto would be the top city on my list. I've always been drawn to it when studying in school, so I think I would ultimately want to go there first before Tokyo or Osaka.

Carrie @ Hazardous Design said...

Amazing. Just amazing. My husband was in Kyoto on business a few years ago. I'm kicking myself for not tagging along with him.

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rooth said...

Nom, cream puffs!

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