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Kyoto

After a wait of just over two months I finally got the chance to visit Kyoto at the beginning of April. Although I’ve been loving the opportunity to live in such a big, vibrant, lively, modern city as Tokyo my preference is really for older towns so the chance to explore Kyoto was something I’d been waiting for since arriving in Japan. 1,087 more words

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monster

The woman behind me in line in Boyle Heights in Los Angeles in California piled 6 chocolate chip muffins on to the conveyor belt. I had grabbed the same type from the panaderia when first walking in. 1,125 more words

Msings

Photo of the Day: Emerald City

Amanawa Jinja, surrounded by an unbelievable amount of green. 8 more words

Photo A Day

Living in Japan: Favourite Thing

It’s now April 20th, one year from our big move to Canada.  And in honour of that, Sierra has given me one of the most difficult questions to answer.  194 more words

Japan

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Living in Japan: Favourite Thing

It’s now April 20th, one year from our big move to Canada.  And in honour of that, Sierra has given me one of the most difficult questions to answer.  194 more words

Japan

Age of WordPress

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When your blog is freshly pressed
And your followers reach ninety-nine
And your words are read each morning
Then your blog becomes a shrine… 78 more words

Poetry

Event Calender in Kyoto May 2015

Kawadoko at Kibune and Kamogawa River May 1st – September 30th

The restaurants along Kibunegawa River and Kamogawa River offer a special floor set up on the river, so that the customers can enjoy directly seeing Kyoto’s beautiful scenery and feeling the cool air brought by the river. 357 more words

Kyoto