Walking the Philosopher’s Path…Plus 0 (0)

Path of Phlosophy Route Kyoto

The Path of Philosophy is a classic Kyoto walk — especially in Spring as the path is lined with cherry trees.

This is an extended route (with accompanying routemap) that takes you not only on the Tetsugaku no Michi itself, but also through many nearby temples.

Otaku Kyoto 0 (0)

Otaku Kyoto Geeky Kyoto Pop Culture Kyoto Kyoto Pikachu Kyoto Pokemon Center

Tokyo, of course, is known for its Anime, Manga, pop culture — but what about Kyoto? When I toted my Anime-loving daughter along to Kyoto, I was worried that she would simply hang out at the AirBNB which, largely, she did. But we did find some loosely “Otaku” things to do in Kyoto (my daughter’s objection to the term duly noted).

A Day in Arashiyama 5 (1)

Arashiyama Kyoto Rilakkuma Bamboo Forest

When you think of the Arashiyama area of Kyoto, the first thing that comes to mind is probably the Sagano Bamboo Forest. But there’s so much more to do in this beautiful area of Kyoto. Plan to spend at least a day here — here are some of the many things to do to make the most of your day in the area.

Ten Zen: Temples in Kyoto 0 (0)

Zen Temples Kyoto Kinkakuji

While I was visiting a temple in Kyoto, I heard someone repeating “this is the heart of Zen.” Kyoto is, at least, the center of the Rinzai sect of Zen Buddhism and there were far more temples than I could visit during my time there. Here are ten that I visited from the highly touristed to the more remote.

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