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2014/10/30 - Tale of the Genji
by Chashitsu
We took the train to Uji and made straight for Byodo-in temple. A lovely temple with a dash of late spring colour in the form of azaleas... read all
2014/10/25 - Koyo In Japan - A Collection of Photos
by mfedley
For me, Koyo is probably the most amazing time to travel around Japan. There can be large crowds but most of the time you can be absolutely blessed in viewing... read all
2014/10/17 - Momiji at Eikando Temple, Kyoto
by mrsyogantoro
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2014/9/30 - Tea and Zen at Uji
by Csabba
We traveled to Uji to get a little taste of Japanese tea-ceremony and Zen Buddhism, and of course to enjoy the wonderful temples and sights around the city... read all
2014/9/29 - Ninnaji and Takao
by Csabba
While preparing for our travel we found an article here at japan-guide that there is a bus operated by Japan Rail in Kyoto... read all
2014/9/28 - Exploring Kyoto's southern temples
by Csabba
This day we decided to explore some of the countless temples of Kyoto. Our first stop was at the Higashi and Nishi Honganji temples... read all
2014/9/27 - Iwakuni and Hiroshima
by Csabba
Iwakuni doesn't have that much famous sights as the nearby Miyajima but it is definitely worth to visit... read all
2014/9/26 - One day at Miyajima
by Csabba
The sacred island of Miyajima is one of the most visited sights in Japan. So everyone who is interested in Japan is familiar with the sight of the Otorii and the Itsukushima shrine... read all
2014/8/22 - Gifu Road Trip Part 3: Hida Takayama
by scarreddragon
We spent the night near Takayama, and spent our final day exploring the city, starting with Takayama Hachiman Shrine and the Yatai Kaikan... read all
2014/8/22 - Gifu Road Trip Part 2: Gujo City and Shirakawa-go
by scarreddragon
Picking up from after we left spooky cave #2, we drove to Gujo City, parked the car, and headed up the mountain to the castle... read all
2014/8/22 - Gifu Road Trip Part 1: Gifu City and Gujo Caves
by scarreddragon
We had originally planned this road trip the weekend before Obon started, but due to the typhoon, ended up postponing the trip to this past weekend... read all
2014/8/7 - Feel local people's daily lives by bike
by gregory patrisse
In the middle of beautiful landscapes, SATOYAMA EXPERIENCE gives you the opportunity to enjoy your trip in Japan by offering you a glimpse... read all
2014/7/24 - 2014 Uwajima Ushioni Matsuri/Warei Taisai
by TheTripod
Every year in late July, the city of Uwajima down in Shikoku's Ehime Prefecture, famed for its bullfighting, is host to a three day festival, culminating in some exiciting and lively main events on the 24th of July... read all
2014/7/19 - Oka-jo Castle remains in Oita
by PhDShudai
Oka-jo is built in the mountains, we can know the state at the time of construction of the building... read all
2014/7/13 - 2014 Miyajima Kangen-sai
by TheTripod
When Taira no Kiyomori, a major figure in the late Heian period, rebuilt Itsukushima Jinja he brought along with him some of the customs of the capital from Heian-kyo... read all
2014/7/5 - Trip to Kanto area ~Saitama~
by Nanami Ringo
Last month, I traveled to Gyoda, Saitama which locates near Tokyo. Gyoda is quite small and countryside area but I love this place and its history read all
2014/7/4 - Where Heda?
by sparringenthu
Even the detailed guidebook does not mention adequately about this tiny port town at the north west of the Izu peninsula... read all
2014/7/3 - Jonangu - Gardens and Graves
by Dick H
South of Kyoto station is Jonangu, a shrine that is rarely seen by foreigners because there seems to be no... read all
2014/7/2 - Rainy Season around Tokyo: Hydrangea Flowers
by scarreddragon
The rainy season in Japan can be a headache for travelers, whose limited time and wardrobe are often at odds with the sometimes copious amounts of rain... read all
2014/7/1 - Yuutoku Inari Jinja - The Kiyomizu of Kyuushuu
by TheTripod
A bit off the beaten path down in the south of Saga Precture lies Yuutoku Inari, an impressive shrine that has definitely earned its title as the third largest shrine to Inari... read all

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