In May this year I went to Kyoto with my friend(I know it’s December and I’m late…) but anyways I thought of sharing these pictures with you guys!!We went to an Inari shrine, saw vermillion torii or gates and roamed around in the town.We also visited Nishiki market also known as Kyoto’s Kitchen which is a very famous food market selling Japanese sweets, pickles, dried seafood and sushi.As there was a lot of walking to be done I wore a very comfortable outfit of long shorts with a tank top and a very light and comfy Mango cardigan with my grannyish shoes from Uniqlo.Well sometimes you ought to sacrifice fashion for comfort!!

Inari Shrine

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Tank Top-H&M, 8$, 2011;
Shorts-Lokhandwala Complex, 11$, 2007;
Cardigan- Mango, 27$, 2009;
Shoes-Uniqlo, 34$, 2011;
Bag-Zara, 52$, 2012;
Bracelet-Pondicherry, 7$, 2012;
Necklace-Mont blanc, gift, 2009;
Watch-Tag Heuer, gift, 2009;

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Kyo-Yaki…traditional Japanese pottery

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Variety of food on display in Nishiki market..

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Squids on sticks….

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For good fortune….

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Biggest Sundae ever…..

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Trying to save electricity by closing down the temple….

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Japanese style chicken fried rice for lunch…

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My friend opted for Shrimp tempura….

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9 Responses

  1. gotasté

    what a lovely place and great photos! I should visit Japan soon! I heard Kyoto has a mixture of old and new. Maybe should list it in my first Japan destination.

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  2. Wore Out

    Thank you so much for sharing these photos! Everything there seems so exotic and lively. I would love to visit.

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  3. jalal mic86@gmail.comhael sabbagh.http://gravatar.com/jmsabbagh

    Wishing you blessed and successful new year.jalal

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