While I walked down Kyoto’s Shijo-dori, I discovered a sight I never expected to find in this immaculate city — a tangle of wires; not that it was a common sight. Continue reading Who said, only in India?
Once I passed the tourist shops from Kiyomizu-dera and the crowds thinned, I spotted a giant Bodhisattva statue I had to explore. Ryozen-kannon was a twenty-four metre high Bodhisattva statue that dominated the landscape. Continue reading Drawn by a giant Bodhisattva
It was time to leave Kyoto’s Kiyomizu-dera. I followed the crowd as people strolled out of the hillside complex. Continue reading Kiyomizu-dera’s final garden
The route along Kyoto’s Gojo-dori was lined with tourist traps, but it didn’t end there. I headed to Kiyomizu-dera temple where souvenirs hovered right up to the temple steps. Continue reading Stepping up to Kiyomizu-dera