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  • Michelle Michelle

    See Kyoto's best sakura cherry blossom spots!

    See Kyoto's best sakura cherry blossom spots! We were not disappointed. As we arrived japan had a cold snap which delayed the cherry blossoms in most areas we travelled to. The areas we were taken to were beautiful as some trees were in full blossom and some in partial. Our guide, Yoichiro who is a lovely patient individual, was informative of the area and the culture. And if he couldn't answer a question he sent us an email to give us links to other places that we were interested in. In addition, after the tour had finished Yoichiro guided us to our next destination.
    Thanks again Yoichiro

  • Munaf Munaf

    Join Zen Meditation Class in Kyoto

    Join Zen Meditation Class in Kyoto Rev. Taka begins by (trying) to divorce you of the preconceptions of mediation. His message is simple: meditation enhances your life and should be practiced daily. He delivers this message in a compelling way, stripping down the act of meditating away from the preconceived notions (not needed: half-lotus position, zen accouterment, a temple, hours and hours of time, etc.) and boils it down to three basic elements (needed: calm/non-distracting atmosphere, good (and comfortable) posture, and (most importantly) breathing.

    In addition it is clear that Rev. Taka is a scholar of the world around him and has a refreshing perspective on a great many things.

    If you want to do something useful and meaningful during your vacation, I would select this experience, however, keep in mind the experience is always what your bring to it.

  • Anthony Anthony

    Zen Meditation at Daisenin Temple with Tasty Green Tea

    Zen Meditation at Daisenin Temple with Tasty Green Tea This meditation was a great experience. At first I was interested in having tea at a temple but what I got was much more than that. The temple was very beautiful on it's own. The host was very kind and the experience was one to remember. I had a translator/guide for the trip that was very helpful but I think it might have been okay for the meditation portion of the experience if I did not have her. After the relaxing meditation in a very unique way, we had tea together. It was tough following the all Japanese conversation but since I know a little and had the translator it was still very nice. I have heard that tea sometimes would be had before meditation to keep you awake so it was interesting to do it after, but it made for a nice casual conclusion. I would highly recommend this experience. I have even recommended it already to a friend that will be visiting in the next few weeks!

  • Rolv-Håkon Rolv-Håkon

    Join Zen Meditation Class in Kyoto

    Join Zen Meditation Class in Kyoto I was so lucky that two other really amazing Japanese people joined me on the Zen Meditation and made the experience much better. The Zen Meditation was really interesting and the Reverend obviously had lots of knowledge from different fields and really gave a good introduction to the world of Zen meditation. The temple was one of the temples in a bigger complex of temples and the area was just filled with lots of beautiful temples.

  • elisabetta elisabetta

    See Kyoto's best sakura cherry blossom spots!

    See Kyoto's best sakura cherry blossom spots! We had a very nice day in Kyoto with our guide Kazoo Sumi. He was really professional, patience and with a lot of experience. He brings us all over the city and he choose for us a very good and beautiful restaurant: it was traditional restaurant not for tourists with just a few spots. The food was very good. He also bring us to see all the spots for the cherry blossom and he explained us not just the story of Kyoto but the Japanese culture. We loved the tour and we highly recommend it.