Hi there! We are back again to another moonday, another travel post!
This time I would like to share with you the map/path that I use to explore East Kyoto on foot. Walking in Japan is extremely easy and cost effective, not to mention that it’s a great way to cover ground since most places are so close to each other. As written earlier in my post on Arashiyama, dividing Kyoto into different sections (North, East, South, West and Central) is a great way to experience what Kyoto have to offer. That is if you don’t have a time constraint. Continue reading
A small moonday post,
I was browsing through my photos from my trip to Japan earlier this year. Anyway I found a collection of cat photos from my visit to Neko Cafe TiME, near Fushimi Inari Shrine. In fact I found the cat cafe by chance so I went to to spend an hour there. It was really a nice way to unwind and relax (charge my phone) after hiking. If you fancy a visit, click here to go to their website which includes pricing, location and opening hours ect.
Bye Bye for now~
Hi everyone, welcome back to another moonday!
Today I am writing about how I spends my time in Kyoto, I divided Kyoto into east, west, north, south and central and use each day to explore certain part of the city. There are just too much to see that I did not even get to do everything that I want to. That’s why Kyoto will be a city that I will always want to return to when I go to Japan.
So for this particular post I will be sharing my experience in Arashiyama, the west side of Kyoto. On this day I considered it my favourite things to do in Kyoto. Continue reading