Break My Style | Kyoto: Arashimaya and Fushimi Inari

Kyoto: Arashimaya and Fushimi Inari

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I wish I spent more time in Kyoto. There are just so many beautiful temples and places to see! We tried to squeeze in everything in two days and the pouring rain didn’t help at all! Good thing we started our day early and still managed to go to the Arashiyama, Fushimi Inari Temple and chilled around Gion at night. Seriously, these places are worth seeing! Arashimaya, also known as the bamboo grove, is a district on the western outskirts of Sagano, Kyoto and here you’ll see the Oi River, which is close by the bamboo grove. When you see the bamboo forest, your jaw will definitely drop. It’s one of the most amazing wonders of nature. I had to wait for the perfect timing to get a picture with no photo bombers (believe me, it was hard work). Next, we went to Fushimi Inari-taisha. It’s the head shrine of Inari and this beautiful and famous walkway is called Torii, which leads to the inner shrine. It’s also a very popular location so you’ll see a lot of tourists taking pictures, just like me. I’d love to tell you more about these places but I’ll let the pictures do the talking. On our last night in Kyoto, me and my friends decided to go to Gion for dinner and some drinks. Next up: Tokyo! BMS.

I wish I spent more time in Kyoto. There are just so many beautiful temples and places to see! We tried to squeeze in everything in two days and the pouring rain didn’t help at all! Good thing we started our day early and still managed to go to the Arashiyama, Fushimi Inari Temple and chilled around Gion at night. Seriously, these places are worth seeing! Arashimaya, also known as the bamboo grove, is a district on the western outskirts of Sagano, Kyoto and here you’ll see the Oi River, which is close by the bamboo grove. When you see the bamboo forest, your jaw will definitely drop. It’s one of the most amazing wonders of nature. I had to wait for the perfect timing to get a picture with no photo bombers (believe me, it was hard work). Next, we went to Fushimi Inari-taisha. It’s the head shrine of Inari and this beautiful and famous walkway is called Torii, which leads to the inner shrine. It’s also a very popular location so you’ll see a lot of tourists taking pictures, just like me. I’d love to tell you more about these places but I’ll let the pictures do the talking. On our last night in Kyoto, me and my friends decided to go to Gion for dinner and some drinks. Next up: Tokyo! BMS.

    16 Comments

    1. ianne

      PERFECT!!!!
      Napansin ko lang po,parang andami ng japan travel niyo. Hehehe.
      gaano nyo po ba ka.love ang Japan?? Hehehe.

    2. Kaye Alid

      woaaaah!!!! the place is very relazing to look at and cold ( duhh so obvious) love it ate laur! i can def. say that the trip was worth it! loveya xoxo :) )


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