Saturday, 13 October 2012

Puttering Along The Philosopher's Path In Kyoto

Just south of Ginkaku-ji is the two kilometer-long Philosopher's Path, named after the famous thought man, Nishida Kitaro. He used to take a daily stroll on this meandering path that parallels a small canal. We guess we're lucky, it could have been named Wandering Talking To Herself Crazy Old Lady Path.

The path. It's an intimate walk, canal next to it, small shops and residential streets lining the sides.

A couple of additional views of the walkway and adjoining canal.

Out for a stroll, quite pleasant. Signs point to more sights - never a problem of what to see next in Kyoto.

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