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Make a trip to Kyoto

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Make a trip to Kyoto

Postby tenron » Thu Feb 22, 2007 6:22 am

HEllo!! I live in north of Japan .Are you interest in Japan? Do you know Kyoto city?Althogh I am a Japanese, I have not been to KYoto before.But at last I plan to make a trip to KYoto in a week!
Why dont you talk with me about Japan and your coutries? I'm looking forward to hearing from you.Should you have been to Kyoto, I do want to know how you feel when you saw some old temples in Kyoto.
or if you have not been to Kyoto like me ,what do you know about Kyoto?I will report about Kyoto after I go to there in behalf of you!
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Re: Make a trip to Kyoto

Postby Cypress » Thu Feb 22, 2007 6:28 am

tenron wrote:what do you know about Kyoto?I will report about Kyoto after I go to there in behalf of you!


Not much, not much... Kyoto protocol, nothing else...
So I'm looking forward to hearing from you all about it
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Re: Make a trip to Kyoto

Postby Dexter » Thu Feb 22, 2007 7:42 am

Cypress wrote:Not much, not much... Kyoto protocol, nothing else...
So I'm looking forward to hearing from you all about it

i don't know much about Kyoto either... or maybe i know nothing except that it's the capital of Japan!
tenron, i hope you can tell us more about it :)
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Re: Make a trip to Kyoto

Postby Cypress » Thu Feb 22, 2007 8:14 am

Dexter wrote:i don't know much about Kyoto either... or maybe i know nothing except that it's the capital of Japan!


Capital of Japan??? :shock: Since when??? :D

Maybe they truly should change the capital from Tokyo to Kyoto; that way we will know more about this city :lol:
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Postby Rui » Thu Feb 22, 2007 9:33 am

well, the only thing i know about kyoto is what the other members had already said, the protocol, although there's one place that i would definitely woul like to visit one day in japan, which is the airport of "Nairita" i guess, the airport is an island floating on the water, however its to expensive for a medium class person in portugal to ever aim to go there, im gonna keep dreaming about it while i try to win the lottery
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Postby tenron » Fri Feb 23, 2007 5:05 am

Im glad you are interest in Japan.My English is not very good,but I will do my best for you.
Kyoto is ancient capital of japan and it is by far the most popular tourist destination in Japan.capital of Japan is TOkyo today.Kyoto is so visitorfriedly that you maybe will need no guide.I have heard that there are signs in English Korean and Chinese around KYoto.
There are many nice place to visit in kyoto ,especially it is said that many temples in Kyoto is so nice that it will be beyond your description.Anyway,Since I also have not been to Kyoto before ,I can't explain Kyoto clearly.But after I go back from Kyoto in two weeks ago,I will explain how I feel and what I see.
I'm also surprised that Kyoto is famous for The Kyoto
Protocol.Because Kyoto is place to visit only for the purporse of sightseeing for Japanse , it is apt to forget the existence of the protocol.
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Postby Cypress » Fri Feb 23, 2007 6:01 am

tenron wrote:Im glad you are interest in Japan.My English is not very good,but I will do my best for you.
Kyoto is ancient capital of japan and it is by far the most popular tourist destination in Japan.capital of Japan is TOkyo today


So it actually was the capital of Japan. That's very interesting. Do you know why they changed it to Tokyo?
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Postby Hardi » Fri Feb 23, 2007 8:23 am

Well u made me curious about Kyoto. So I looked from wikipedia. And found this "Fushimi Inari Taisha"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fushimi_Inari-taisha

I have allways liked torii gates, when I see them on tv. or picture... I wonder how it is to gross them. :oops:
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Postby tenron » Fri Feb 23, 2007 1:57 pm

The first Tokugawa shogun ,Ieyasu, took control of the country after the battle of Sekigahara in 1600 and subsequently moved the capital to Edo(Tokyo)in 1603.The shogunate government wanted to weaken the power of the Emperor who lived in Kyoto .So the government decided to change capital to Tokyo,and since then Tokyo has been the capital of Japan.

Torii is found a lot in Japan ,but I have no idea what it means.It is said tha torii was constracted to tell shrine from temple.BUt I can't explain more.
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Re: Make a trip to Kyoto

Postby Dexter » Sat Feb 24, 2007 12:47 pm

Cypress wrote:
Dexter wrote:i don't know much about Kyoto either... or maybe i know nothing except that it's the capital of Japan!


Capital of Japan??? :shock: Since when??? :D

Maybe they truly should change the capital from Tokyo to Kyoto; that way we will know more about this city :lol:

oops :oops: what a mistake i made :oops:

i just confused Kyoto with Tokyo and i realized that only after logging out and turning of the computer!

sorry for that mistake :wink:
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