Exploring more than, years of Japanese history, and culture there’s a lot to soak in among the discoveries modern, and ancient what will be fewer treasures part of the Japanese sense of aesthetics comes through, and even in the street today like many of the other days that we spent in Japan there’s a big variety of activities that are going to be happening. So what. I what.
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I’m looking forward to is the variety you parts of the beauty of this temple is that, it’s embedded against a mountain of trees, and home with this majestic red pagoda rising out from the middle of it kiyomizu-dera is a Buddhist temple, and a unesco world heritage site the name comes from the waterfall within the complex drinking the water here according to local belief conveys wish-granting powers. We’ve really enjoyed looking at the people who are coming to the temple there’s lots of Japanese school groups, and then at this temple. We’ve seen a number of young women dressed in kimonos, and that’s always.
So much fun at every turn there’s something really beautiful, and incredibly photogenic the garden complex at the temple of the golden pavillion is an example of the classical age of Japanese garden design with a highly intentional relationship between buildings, and their landscape settings we learned that Kyoto was one of the few large cities in Japan really untouched by bombing in World War two it has a nice really a beautiful combination of new buildings, and ancient buildings and I love the contrast between the new, and the old. So they were enjoying Kyoto the Higashiyama district along the lower slopes of Kyoto’s eastern mountains is one of the city’s best preserved historic regions many restaurants yes oh she’s wonderful she knows. So much about Japan, and the culture, and the history, and she’s.
So tolerant of questions, and questions, and questions inside whenever we ask her any kind of question she’ll do her best answer, and if she’s not sure she’ll find out, and get right back to us. So she’s been very very gracious just % of Japan’s land is suitable for farming with most farmers over the age of the amount of land being cultivated in this island nation has been shrinking with each passing year the people are going to experience the harvest of the agricultural produce called komatsuna travellers can experience the learning, and discovery through their experience of harvesting the in a farm. We’ve been having a learning experience with the farmers, and it’s been very enjoyable to talk to them with our interpreter leader Michiko, it’s very interesting to learn about their life until recently she was raising the Japanese black high why would you stop do the. How no yeah but then what is it she became old a lot of fun.
I’m I’m from the city so. I’m not a farmer never done this before my life. I like to see the honeycomb.
I like to interact with people a lot of fun the fruits of victory this place is called Hickey cake. This is really old house of the samurais people brought in the komatsuna that they harvested in the farm, and they are going to learn. How to make roll sushi that is called makizushi in japanese Ninasam a key discovery to thank us today you are going to learn. How to make positive she lucky to see muffin oh nice look you’re not from now we are enjoying making sushi roll but the concept I’d show you. How to make positional this bamboo mat. This is present for you Cremona you Kilda bringing back your home sushi means sour tasting a reflection of its distinctive culinary heritage fish was fermented in rice, and then eaten only after the rice was discarded pores, and nori see over now we’re gonna roll it the opportunities that we have to do the daily life such as cooking gives us a chance to take a break from all the intellectual learning, and actually have hands-on, and a lot of fun laughing at ourselves trying to do something that we can’t really do very well all right nice, and tight husband’s falling apart loose nuts for you no need to point that out speaks for itself this year old house was that of a famous samurai in the region samurai warriors included men women, and children all trained in the martial arts Tokyo Japan traditionally known as the eastern capital of the Land of the Rising Sun the city has blossomed into the world’s largest metropolis with a little extra time here what adventures might await you perhaps a leisurely visit to the stunning kiya Sumi garden for a brisk stroll through the bustling Tsukiji market or even a quick bite of sushi before hopping on the world-class Tokyo Metro since the Metro has served the city with an efficiency that is unsurpassed with a daily ridership of almost nine million residents it is truly the lifeline of Tokyo stretching almost miles, and stations a three minute walk from the metro lies the key Osumi garden here you are transported back to the traditional abstract landscaping of feudal Japan, it’s like a picture postcard very nice well what.
I’m really interested in is seeing the the wholesale fish sales. I saw a PBS special on it several years going it absolutely fascinated so I look rotor sing at the rear located in the heart of the city the famous Tsukiji market is the largest seafood market in the world handling over different types of seafood from across the world you are likely to encounter sukashi fare at your next meal despite the international presence of Japanese cuisine nothing beats enjoying sushi in its homeland.
I’ve experienced sushi which. I’ve had in New York quite a few times so I wanted to hide them try it on this side of the ocean. How is it experience both the ultra-modern excitement, and the historical intrigue of this truly global city the opportunities are endless Tokyo the capital of Japan there’s been.
So many great little experiences that you can’t pick your favorite one the Land of the Rising Sun what experiences lay ahead for you here on a journey to this ancient island nation we set off to see temples, and shrines, and we ended up by having such a wonderful time just interacting with the people Japan is a beautiful country filled with very very polite people we knew we would enjoy this trip my name is Toshi you know guchi. I’m from Yokohama Japan. I’m at the trip leader of it, it’s cultural treasure Japan the house applause.
This is used as a kind of museum, and on the on the right side. This is to be used by a family yeah. I was grown up in the Chiba Prefecture near Tokyo there was the little fishing town.
I’m very interested in history, and traveling so I work as a true leader at the same time. I study myself old, and the middle, and modern history of Japan of course we’ll visit the famous, and beautiful sides or the temples but also.
I try to include the other things which can be a very memorable to the Traverse Japan has a very long history, and of course the very beautiful nature and I find that the travelers are very much impressed with the beauties of the Japanese gardens or the buildings or the statues of the Buddha Kaluga of course is one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan the cherry blossoms the bloom for only short while at most the two weeks, and it’s gone this fits to the intervals people to sentiment please come, and visit them. So that you can also see the beauty in many ways the art in Japan.
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