October 3, 2011

STREETS OF KYOTO

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Kyotothe city that truly stole my heart. It had everything! Big shopping malls, good food, a lot of small shops with the cutest handmade things, stylish people and my favorite part - the nature and the temples. I will of course show you all of that, but I thought I'll do that in small doses and not 100 pictures at the same time! :)

Anyways..here are some street view from the first days of the trip. I had the worst jet lag and it almost felt like I was sleep walking the first two days, but I still managed to enjoy every single second.
The first meal we ate in Kyoto was honestly like a piece of heaven! I ate noodle soup with omelette and tofu-rice on the side. Sooo frikkin' yummy! Too bad I have no idea what the name of the restaurant was. :( What came to drinks on the trip, Qoo apple juice was my favorite! You got those from the vending machines on the streets, but very few machines had it. So everytime I found it, I had to buy it. It was really good! Okay, okay.. the cute bottle made it even better. ;)

19 comments:

  1. The photos look amazing :)
    Makes me wish to go there.

    Lau
    http://thenewblacksheep.blogspot.com/

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  2. Lau Figueiredo: Thank you so much for your sweet comment! :) xx

    Bang and Buck: Ohh, thank you so much sweetheart! :) xx

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  3. This is a crazy place to be! Would love to visit one day! Love the culture! Great photos! x

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  4. You are so lucky to have gotten to travel there! I hope to in the future :)

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  5. Olya: I recommend to visit Japan someday from bottom of my heart, it's such a lovely country! :)

    Lynzy: I know, I'm really thankful I've got the chance to visit Japan and I hope you get the chance too one day!! :) xo

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  6. wow Kyoto looks wonderful! and the soup looks so yummy! <3

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  7. I Love your blog!really! I follow you! I've never seen Kyoto! thank you very much!
    If you want look my sketches!nick
    big hug from Italy!;)
    http://nicksketches.blogspot.com/

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  8. Jealous you got to experience Kyoto! Looks amazing :)

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  9. Kristen Leotsakou: The soup was super yummy!!! :D

    Niccoló Pagliari: Oh, thank you so much for your lovely comment!! :)

    India: Thank you! :)

    Jenny Ong: It was truly an amazing city:)

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  10. These photos are AMAZING! I visited Japan when I was younger - unfortunately, too young to appreciate what I saw. Hoping to go again in the future to revisit!

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  11. I was in Kyoto years ago and it's such an amazing city! Great photos!

    xo

    http://oystergirl-hairlessdog.blogspot.com/

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  12. amazing photos.. i would love to visit there some day!

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  13. Diana Chow: Thank you so much!! <3 I know what you mean, it's the same when I visited NYC and Miami when I was 11..didn't understand how cool the places actually were! :D

    Strawberry Freckleface: Hope you get the chance to visit there someday!! :)

    oystergirl: I know right! :) And thank you for your sweet comment! xo

    char: Thank you so much sweetheart! Hope you get the chance someday:)

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  14. Great pics! You really capture the hustle and bustle of Kyoto and your use of light and black and white shots are gorgeous. Makes me feel like I was there! x

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  15. City Girl (EC1): Ohh, thank you so much for your super lovely comment! Makes me so happy if I can give you a little Kyoto feeling with my photos! :) xx

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  16. Really great Japan pictures! Looks like you had a lot of fun :)

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