Food, A Collection | Vol. 6 – Japan

When we went to Japan last year, the one thing Mike and I were truly excited about was the food. We are big fans of Japanese food and we had high expectations for what our stomachs were about to experience. We had a daily budget for food and we weren’t scared of splurging once in a while to eat good food. Allow me to share with you some of the food we ate before we devoured it. SEE Japan 2017

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Japan 2017: Kofokuji Temple, Nara

Our last stop for our Nara tour was Kofokuji Temple. To be completely honest, at this point of our tour, we were so tired we just wanted to go home and have a hot foot soak. It was drizzling non-stop the whole day, we almost lost our only umbrella, and we had a mini argument. It was chaotic, to say the least. We just wanted to rest. But you’re only in Japan once (or you only get to be a first-time tourist in Japan once) and we wanted to really see everything. We just winged it. We put one foot in front of the other and found ourselves at Kofokuji Temple.

Japan 2017: Mt. Wakakusayama + Kasuga-Taisha, Nara

After seeing Nigatsu-do Hall, we planned on seeing Kasuga-Taisha next. Along the way, we got to see Mount Wakakusayama. It is a grass-covered mountain located behind Nara Park. We decided not to climb up the mountain but rather just enjoy it from afar.

Japan 2017: Todai-ji Temple, Nara

One of the places I was most excited to visit was Nara. To be honest, the only thing I knew about it was its famous deer. It wasn’t until we were walking towards Todai-ji Temple that I knew I underestimated it. Imagine a big park with UNESCO World Heritage Sites left and right all within walking distance of each other!