9 October 2012
From Kiyomizu-Dera, my long trip came to the last day at Fushimi Inari where I visited for the second time (at first time I came here with snow on the last day of 2010 and didn’t have much time to walk around. I may post some photos with snow in one day.).
Fushimi Inari is the Shinto shrine founded thousand years ago here in Kyoto. The remarkable that you can see here, of course, ‘Torii’. A lot of Torii(s) and also the foxes that believed they are the messengers from God. :)
Actually, Fushimi Inari is my most favourite place in Kyoto. I really love the magnificence of a bunch of torii (really speechless to explain how I feel every time I see).
This time I could manage to walk around to the top here and back in full cycle. Yeah! :D
I was back to Tokyo on the late afternoon to prepare myself back to my homeland. Thank you very much for everyone who come to visit my #Japan #bigtrip. I wish I have a chance for next big trip and share the moment for you all again :D
5 October 2012
Next target that’s quite near from Hiroshima city and Miyajima is one of the 3 best sight seeing view in Japan.
At the entrance, a lot of dears will come to attack you for food and I think people might spoil them already because I can see they eat everything – -’
Red Torii stand on the sea. Normally in the day time that is high tide, the tourists ride a boat if they want to see it in near field but when the low tide, we can walk to the Torii itself.
Miyajima also has other interesting places which are 5 stories pagoda or Mt.Misen behind this island that you can see very nice view there.
Unlucky again, the sky was close when I hiked to the top of Mt.Misen. Anyway the weather was very nice and anytime you reach the top of mountain, your feeling will be very good :)
Going down from Mt.Misen in the evening, it was the low tide and Miyajima will show the nice view again at the Torii. Take time till the dark sky comes, it was the time to go back, take a rest and to be ready for next day trip :D
Keep going for my next #Japan #bigtrip here…