Kyoto Station...Japan's second-largest train station building, after Nagoya Station.
Main Gate of Kiyomizu Temple
Kiyomizu Temple is a Unesco World Heritage listed site in the Eastern Kyoto region of Higashiyama and is one of the best known sights of the city.
Otowa-no-taki, the waterfall where visitors drink for health, longevity, and success in studies
Taking a break... hinay-hinay lang po!
Street lined by beautiful old buildings in Gion district
Our room in Hotel SanoyaRest time!
Our morning breakfastThe Golden Pavilion, or Kinkaku, is a three-story building on the grounds of the temple. The top two stories of the pavilion are covered with pure gold leaf.Golden Pavillion is really beautiful! It is surrounded by a calm lake and a lovely Japanese garden.
Kinkakuji Golden Pavilion is listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1994. Kinkaku-ji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion) is the popular name of Rokuon-ji (Deer Park Temple), a temple dedicated to the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy, Kannon. The temple was built in 1393 while the present building dates from 1955.
Japanese Tea House
Kyoto Studio Park... also known as TOEI Uzumasa Eiga MuraMeiji houseOld streetcar
Hide and seek?!
"This sword is mine!!!"
Traditional stage theater
Late lunch time! Filming an Edo Period action-drama
Statue of Kyoto Studio Park
Our hotel in Osaka... Keihan Hotel in Universal City
Kare dinner at Oriental restaurant in Universal City
Having Mcdonald's morning breakfast in our room.
Universal Studio Japan Popeye & Olive!
Jurassic Park Land of Wizard of Oz
Going back to Shizuoka City
More pix to come!