Saturday, March 29, 2008

年初二, 二零零八~ (Feb 8, 2008) 上

Going to Kiyomizu Temple 音羽山 清水寺 today~ alot ppl. can shopping on the way to temple~

Em ....... 发現两位穿和服的日本女生~

here they come~ must take photo!!

Yeah ultraman with 日本和服的美女( 各花各眼 :P)

Finally we have arrived~
Kiyomizu Temple 音羽山 清水寺
The temple dates back to 798, but the present buildings were constructed in 1633. The temple takes its name from the waterfall within the complex, which runs off the nearby hills. Kiyomizu (清水) means pure water, clear water or limpid water.


落緊山了 ...

山腰望向山上的Kiyomizu Temple 音羽山 清水寺
多什的壯觀~ 离開Kiyomizu Temple 音羽山 清水寺 ... 去緊下個神宮

Here we go to ...
Heian Shrine 平安神宮 (kyoto)
The Heian Jingū (平安神宮, Heian Jingū?) is a Shinto shrine located in Kyoto, Japan. The torii before the main gate is one of the largest in Japan, and the main building, or shaden (社殿), is designed to imitate the Kyoto Imperial Palace on a three-fourth scale.
The Heian Jingū was built in 1895 for the 1,100th anniversary of the establishment of Heiankyō (the old name of Kyoto). The shrine is dedicated to Emperor Kanmu and Emperor Kōmei. The former moved the capital to Heiankyō, and the latter was the last before Emperor Meiji, who moved the capital to Tokyo.
遇到有人結婚~ 听日本仔話結婚係日本人有錢的玩意.冇錢都唔敢諗喎~

离開左Heian Shrine 平安神宮, 去看曰本和服 calk walk~ 帶錯相機企錯地方 :( 唔清 :(

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