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Walking Japan: Kiyomizudera, Famous Temple in Kyoto

I went to Kiyomizuedera in mid-March, which isn’t the best time, because the trees are naked and cherry blossoms are not in season. However, the temple itself is beautiful, and there is a very robust shopping and eating district built below it. 538 more words


Trip to Kyoto Day 4

Early in the Morning on July 6 2015, the two other girl interns went back to the Kiyomizu-dera so they could see the whole thing. They had never been to the Kiyomizu-dera temple, so they wanted to see more than just the shops. 129 more words


Trip to Kyoto Day 3

In the morning on July 5 2015, we went to Fushimi Inari-taisha. Fushimi Inari Taisha is the head shrine of Inari, located in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Japan. 570 more words

Summer In Japan 2015

Suso Saiz / Rainworks / Music From Memory

Science has proven that water can recall the substances dissolved in it. And since we are 60% water and the stuff covers 70% of our home, we are all pretty much dissolved. 423 more words

Dr Rob

Historical Kyoto

The ESADE Japan Trek officially began in Kyoto! I couldn’t wait to see my friends from ESADE! This part of the trip was planned by our Japanese friends. 416 more words


Kyoto Day 4: Temples, Shrines, and Food

Kyoto Day 4: Temples, Shrine, and Food!

Destination: Fushimi-Inari (伏見稲荷大社) & Kiyomizu-dera (清水寺), Kuromon Ichiba Market 1,090 more words


To take the plunge

Kiyomizu-dera, Kyoto, Japan [清水寺, 京都]

清水の舞台から飛び降りる   “Do you have the courage to jump from the dancing stage of Kiyomizu?”  This refers to an old Edo tradition that if one were to survive the jump from the stage, one’s wish would be granted.  This is now banned.