walking northwards, we’d reached another unesco gazetted historical site, Chion-in Temple 知恩院, whose gateway boasts to be the larget wooden structure in all Japan.
August 16, 2011 | Categories: Food, Travel | Tags: bamboo shoot, Chion-in Temple, crab, 知恩寺, daikon, 锦天市場, 锦天满宫, Heian Jinju, ichigo, japanese fruits, Kyoto Handicraft Center, Nishiki Ichiba, nishiki tenmangu, octopus, oden, pickled vegetables, roasted chestnuts, Teramachi Dori, 奈良漬, 平安神宫 | 10 Comments
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