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Kyoto-An Orange Walking Day

Yesterday, i took a morning walking tour which was very nice. i learned about the Geisha's and how they we're trained. i then went and saw area where they lived. i learned they put on shows for people who want to pay $8000 per person for a performance. The tour saw a beautiful pagodas and more shrines, and I found a great place for tea ice cream, thanks to the free walking tour.

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i then wanted to go to a temple called Fushimi inari, a great temple with many orange arches up the hill. (thousands). I took a long walk and saw many.

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Then I went back to the original area where the morning tour was for dinner. I had some ramen, and some desert I found out. i thought I got lost on the trains back to the hostel, but I found out I was only minutes away.

Posted by DavidPearlman 15:43 Archived in Japan

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