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Kiyomizu-dera, Maples of Light

Still reeling from the beauty of Arashiyama, we got several more gallons of beautiful tossed brutally into our faces. Sigh… you know, I might just transpose my diary entry over here, because I’m having a little case of writer’s block. 1,006 more words


[June in Japan] Day 1 in Kyoto

Good afternoon to this fine Sunday!

It’s been a really relaxing day for me so far. I’ve planned to do absolutely nothing and have managed to do that so far xD However, I thought that I’d better get on with some entries so this blog won’t be so abandoned. 2,396 more words


March 30, 2006 part 1 - Kiyomizu Dera with my parents

In the morning, we checked out of the hotel and found ourselves in the lobby with several youth baseball teams from Australia. I didn’t know that anyone even played baseball in Australia! 468 more words


Kiyomizu temple

This photo is taken by Kyle.

It is of Kiyomizu temple.

I posted about Kiyomizu temples light up before.

The high platform in top is famous and people who want to do something without worrying about the consequences say they will ‘take the plunge from the stage at Kiyomizu Temple.’ 21 more words


Kyoto (1/2): The Historic Centre of Japan

If you recall, I have spent a month in Asia recently, and have returned only a few days ago. To be quite honest, if I had not planned on attending my graduation ceremony, I would have loved to spend more time in more places in Asia. 675 more words


Kiyomizu-dera 清水寺

Kiyomizu-dera is a independent Buddhist temple that was founded in 778. We went as early as we could manage on a Saturday morning. We wandered around up the hill looking at shops and sampling Yatsuhashi 八つ橋, along the way, deciding to do souvenir shopping on the way down. 506 more words


1 Day in Kyoto - The Top 5 Must Sees

Kyoto is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever laid eyes on, and of course you would need at least a few days to soak in the culture, food, architecture and unique sights. 1,032 more words