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Posted by Damali, Wed May-24-23 08:39 PM
>Kyoto was my fave. I REALLY loved Kyoto. So much of that
>traditional charm that we see about japan (outside of
>Tokyo)..... Kyoto embodies that.
same here!!!! next time i go, Kyoto will be the base instead of Tokyo
>Did you visit that huge Shrine park there?
The one with the orange gates? or another one? I did climb to the top of Inari Mountain (with all the orange gates)
>Did you see the Kubuki Theatre or have a chance to go inside? nope
>authentic Green tea is a big import of Kyoto. I remember
>getting green tea ice cream from these green tea shop downtown
>- let's just say it was an acquired taste.
i love all things green tea! especially the ice cream.
>Tokyo is so huge and has so many parts. I wouldn't know where
>I stayed close to Ahkiharaba, the electronics and arcade
my son copped a PS5 for $400 at that huge electronics store :)
>I can remember going to Shibuya Crossing. I assume you were
>there as well.
Yes!!! that was so cool
Did you go to the Tower Records?
nah but I saw it
>Oh...and Odaiba was pretty neat too! They had that big Gundam
>Warrior on display.
damn i missed that
>I only did a day in Osaka but it was a pretty chill small city
>with a smaller vibe than Tokyo. had some GREAT food there.
I only did half a day...by the time we got there my feet were GONE!!! legs swollen etc
we walked about 60 miles in a week. wild
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