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Jejak Jepun part 3

Tak cukup tau 3 malam kat Osaka, lepas tu dah kena gerak ke bandar Tokyo pulak.. perjalanan 2 jam je naik bullet train yang terpaling laju di Jepun kalau drive or naik bas.. jauh tu dalam 10 ke 12 jm perjalanan.. macam biasa, sebelum nak ke station ni, kena amik dua train dulu.. kos bila dah convert ke currency Malaysia dalam RM6++ macam naik flight jugak..

Ni mata rabak tak cukup tido.. ye la.. 3/4 pagi jepun dah nak masuk subuh.. pukul 7 breakfast terus ikut schedule.. rabak-rabak pun, sempat mandi bersiap bagai.. tak macam orang kt belakang tu... ha ha ha..


and menapak lagi la kerja dia kat jepun ni...


easily buying ticket at their automated machine.. all at your finger tips...



ahli rombongan cik jeera kita nih..


Take Shinkansen (bullet train) from Osaka to Shinfuji


the stations!


Meh hadam sikit information nih. A shinkansen bullet train at Shin-Osaka Station. The high speed shinkansen service (also called the bullet train) will get you from Shin-Osaka Station to Kyoto Station in 15 minutes for 1,420 yen. This is the fastest and most comfortable route from Osaka to Kyoto, and might be worthwhile if you have a Japan Rail Pass to cover the cost. If you do not have a Japan Rail Pass, you might prefer to travel from Shin-Osaka Station on the JR Kyoto Line’s Special Rapid Service.


From Shin-Osaka Station the Special Rapid Service will get you to Kyoto Station in 24 minutes for just 560 yen. The Special Rapid Service is also preferable if you want to travel from Osaka Station. Within Osaka, Shin-Osaka Station is easily accessible via the JR Kyoto Line from Osaka Station, or the Midosuji Subway Line from Umeda and Namba.


 For more information on shinkansen services between Shin-Osaka and Kyoto see our article on the Tokaido Shinkansen.


Welcome Tokyo! sesampi di sini.. kita cari mkan dulu...


dalam bullet train tadi sempai lagi nak tukar baju.. Diva sunggoh.. haha actually baju dah kotor la. anak bulan dah kelihatan.. menyesal pakai light attire tadi.. ha ha


teruskan ke destinasi nak mendobi baju.. ha ha ha


Gotemba area meh pekena bento dikira lunch box untuk hari ini..


mungkin ini nasi bujang mereka.. macam kita, nasi, telor goreng dan kicap.. sudah memadai untuk alas perut.. ha.. tapi lepas dua jam kebulur balik.. sobs...


cinonet je isi.. mana cukup.. ha ha.. kemain selera besar iouls ni.. setahu iouls dalam tu de japanes rice, tempura crab, macam keledek je tu.. pastu leave tu tak pasti and dalam black bowl tu ada miso sup.. 


sini pun ada jual ole-ole.. meh la beli bawak balik... 


cute cashier desk..


baca lah kalau korang paham.. iouls tak paham.


 Next proceed to the Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station (Yoshida entrance)



The end of the Fuji Subaru Line places you almost close enough to grab the summit of Mount Fuji. It’s a great spot for sightseeing. There are also a number of souvenir shops and restaurants. It is a great place for those who want to just view Mt. Fuji, for those who have brought their family and/or people who aren't physically able to climb the mountain.



The Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station provides parking lots, coin lockers and a few restaurants and souvenier shops, as it is the last chance for departing climbers to stock up on supplies at reasonable prices before they head out. Items such as hiking sticks, snacks, bottles of water and oxygen may be purchased here, although they are also available along the trail, albeit at prices that increase as you climb higher.


still have the snow.. oww


bapak sejuk gila kat sini, pucat dah.. the scenery was perfect for sight seeing, having tea (makan Meggi) and photo-shoot of course! See??



Jejak Jepun part 2

Day 2 at Kyoto for city tour was so peaceful. Di mana kita melawat tempat yang penuh bersejarah dan penting bagi penduduk Jepun untuk dilawati. Cuaca amat baik pada hari itu, so kita pun boleh jalan-jalan dengan tenang.. eceeh skema betul ayat..

 

in a bus, looking outside japan surroundings.. aah... macam dalam tv..


housing areas... macam dalam komik tak?


tiba di lokasi


ready for menapak around 100 meter macam tu la..


You reach Kiyomizudera by following a cobblestone path winding uphill past traditional souvenir and tea shops. Called Teapot-hill (Chawan-zaka), the street is among Kyoto’s most scenic and well preserved. Allow yourself time to explore.


Kiyomizudera’s atmosphere is a major factor in its charm, and that includes its surrounding streets.


Taking a short hike at the Kiyomizuzaka road up to Kiyomizudera (清水寺)Temple from the main road of Higashioji Street. There are many souvenir and food stalls along Kiyomizuzaka road. Prepare to spend some time on Kiyomizuzaka road for some local food delights. The prices are still reasonable and sometimes you can see bus load of tourists on this street.



After many steps, arrived at Kiyomizu-Dera Temple Osaka


Kiyomizudera (literally "Pure Water Temple") is one of the most celebrated temples of Japan. It was founded in 780 on the site of the Otowa Waterfall in the wooded hills east of Kyoto, and derives its name from the fall's pure waters.


The temple was originally associated with the Hosso sect, one of the oldest schools within Japanese Buddhism, but formed its own Kita Hosso sect in 1965. In 1994, the temple was added to the list of UNESCO world heritage sites.


Kiyomizu-dera is best known for its wooden stage that juts out from its main hall, 13 meters above the hillside below. The stage affords visitors a nice view of the numerous cherry and maple trees below that erupt in a sea of color in spring and fall, as well as of the city of Kyoto in the distance. The main hall, which together with the stage was built without the use of nails, houses the temple's primary object of worship, a small statue of the eleven faced, thousand armed Kannon.


Group photo with Japanese student who having a school trip


did our eye-bags look similar? or we just looks alike?


The maple trees within Kiyomizudera bright in green colors. It was a bit crowded during my visit but its the best to take shoot and a selfie.

Otowa Waterfall (Otowa no Taki)

Past Jishu-jinja you can descend the steps to Otowa-no-taki, the waterfall that gives the temple its name kiyomizu means “clean, or pure water.”

The Otowa Waterfall is located at the base of Kiyomizudera's main hall. Its waters are divided into three separate streams, and visitors use cups attached to long poles to drink from them. Each stream's water is said to have a different benefit, namely to cause longevity, success at school and a fortunate love life. However, drinking from all three streams is considered greedy.


So far, travel ke Jepun memaang paling best!


and Sugarscarf always support me no matter what


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Lunch at Kyoto Royal Hotel, seriously lupa dah nama tempat ni, tak sempat nak capture.. food ok.. well, makanan kat jepun kan? rasa dia semua sama jer.. selera tengok buffet menu yang ni.. except serunding, tu mintak dekat kawan sikit.


confirm, lepas ni iouls nak masak makanan macm ni jer..  real and healthy.. masak pun senang, kukus tabur rencah je atas tu.. makanan bergoreng diorang pun not so oily.. waaa... patut japanese kurus-kurus je.. tapi iouls pun kurus jugak.. e'eh..


don't disturb my 'me time' please


lepas makan, kita burn balik ok?
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Main point ke sini adalah untuk melihat keindahan alam selain live view bamboo tree yang paling famous kat jepun, also the world pretties bamboo.. long step jugak nak sampai kat bamboo tree tu..




kuatnya bang angkat 2 orang macam tu sekali..








The Bamboo Forest of Arashiyama


sampai sini rasa macam penat sangat sebab lalu jalan yang agak jauh.. masa pun agak senja, so lighting sangat tak membantu dan time ni la bateri kemera pun nak kong.. pfftt..


laluan balik

rehat sekejap sambil hirup udara segar..
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Nak hampir senja, kita ke Shinshibashisuji areas, belakang Dotonbori


macam malaysia, ada shopping mall..






Dotonbori Street di Osaka


starbucks di mana-mana


sound hazard, debu, habuk, asap takde masaalah kat sini.. pergi mana-mana guna basikal je, kurang la pembebasan gas yang tercemar tu di bumi Jepun.. pembersih juga diorang ni.. baik pekerti bila mana basikal letak tepi jalan elok je tak kena curi..  ha ha



Singgah makan di asean restoran.. pekerja dia student malaysia tau..


tak rasa macam bercuti di Jepun >_<

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