Articles with tag: Nefer

I've already visited one Universal Studios, it was in Hollywood. Park cut me to the heart, it's even cooler than Disneyland! When I was in Osaka, I could not miss the opportunity to plunge into this magical world once again! I visited it on Monday that was very wise, as it's not recommended to...
Namba is a major transport hub in the center of Osaka. Several railway and subway lines converge here. And the most memorable moment was when I got to the desired station and could not find a way out. It was a real attraction and I didn't manage to overcome it. I do not...
By the way,  Shitenno-ji  is the first officially founded temple of Japan. It is more than 1400 years old! Of course the temple constructions repeatedly suffered from fires and wars, but each time, they were restored again. It is said that the pagoda and the main gate are the same...
It is called Osaka-jo in Japanese. So we should go to the subway station called Osaka-jo koen or Osaka-jo kitazume, and then - 10 minutes on foot. You can also get to the Morinomiya station of the JR Loop line, but then you'll have to go a little longer. Or the same 10...
Minami district has a narrow street called Dotombori. There are a lot of small restaurants, cafes, shops, and hotels. And there is the famous entertainment area called Amerikamura. Swanky boys and dressed up girls gather here in the evening to hang out in bars and clubs...
After Shitenno-ji and Sumiyoshi Taisha (Osaka. Sumiyoshi Taisha), we decided to take a break from attractions and just walk around the center. We got out from the subway, saw a lot of people all around, the traffic is blocked, the music is screaming, someone is beating the...
Sumiyoshi Taisha is located in the southern part of Osaka. The guidebook says that it is a "standard for architects of Shinto shrines and ancient palace constructions". We went down to the subway and asked the employee in the uniform about how to get there. We had to pass a couple of...
Before my trip to Japan, I read on the internet about the shrine of electricity. And while walking through  Kyoto , I thought that it would be nice to visit such an original place. However, it was not. I decided that I wouldn't forgive myself if I did not go there. Arashiyama  is...
I finally arrived in  Kyoto ! Hurray! I was glad to leave boring Nagoya. It was May 8 when I made it to  Kyoto ! As for Kyoto, I had some prejudice and a skeptical attitude: it's a popular tourist place, where EVERYONE wants to go. The town is famous for its temples. But it's...
Hongan-ji  was founded in 1591. But by order of Tokugawa Ieyasu, it was divided into two parts: East (Higashi) and West (Nishi). This was done to weaken the influence of the large Buddhist sect. So, there are now two large temple complexes in the center of  Kyoto . Let's start with...

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