Kinkaku is a shariden, a Buddhist Hall containing relics of Buddha. The pavilion is part of a temple that is formally named Rokuon-ji Temple but commonly called Kinkaku-ji Temple or Temple of the Golden Pavilion. Continue reading Japan 2017: Kinkaku-ji / The Golden Pavilion, Kyoto
I’m back with another (and my first for 2018) K-Review and this time its Bride of the Water God. I started watching this last December 2017 but somehow along the way, I lost motivation to watch it because the plot was too shallow for me. I persevered to watch it by mostly fast forwarding most of the scenes that didn’t involve the character Shin Hoo Ye, played by Lim Ju Hwan.
Hello, 2018! This is my first coffee date in a while and I honestly don’t know where to start. The last coffee date we’ve had was almost two months ago and a lot has changed since then. So why don’t we go sit by the window and have a little chat? Continue reading Let’s have coffee | January
A little fast fact first – there are 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kyoto alone. You won’t be able to see everything that Kyoto has to offer in a day. It is essential that you pick the sites you want to see and carefully plan your route. Continue reading Japan 2017: Tenryu-ji Temple + Bamboo Grove, Kyoto
I always try to be the best all-around blogger out there but I’m going to admit it. I have a stock of food pictures on my phone for a supposed to be food review but absolutely no energy to write about it. I find writing about food (nowadays, especially) so taxing. I always end up feeling hungry and craving for food after writing about it. So here’s one in hopes that you’d also end up feeling hungry after reading it. 🙂 Continue reading Food, A Collection | Vol. 4
To start off our Kyoto tour, we decided to go to the furthest stop on our itinerary. We set off towards Arashiyama with three sites in mind – the Togetsu-kyo Bridge, Tenryuji Temple, and the Bamboo Grove. Continue reading Japan 2017: Togetsu-kyo Bridge, Kyoto