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Kyoto et Nara: Chicmuse Diaries

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It hasn't been more than 2 weeks since I left Japan and I already thought in 
going back! These photos started when I left Tokyo and headed to Kyoto to watch 
the most beautiful temples and gardens. This time the shopping was left to one side (except for the Kimono,..and the sandals...and the socks...and the souvenirs),and kept myself constantly learning a little about Japanese culture. 
I also went a few days to Nara, and suddenly was walking with hundreds of deers expecting me to give them cookies! It were also included other spectacles: The biggest buddha inside a temple, the wonderful Kinkakuji golden temple, The biggest wooden construction ever made, huge pagodas, the Nara park, inmense markets,noodles, sushi, green tea, bubble teas, me covered in jackets walking like crazy. 
And after all, one of the best experiences I have had!
Have a great weekend!
Denni

69 comments:

  1. It's a very very beautiful series of photos!
    I would so like to go to Japan one day!
    That in really the magnificent sight!

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  2. Wonderful places.
    Thanks for sharing these great pictures. I'd like to get there... one day maybe.

    Alice.

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  3. Japan is really a beautiful place.

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  4. OMG those deers are so cute!! To be so tamed and in the middle of people.. And the pagodas are majestic, and all the sceneries and photos... beautiful country!

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  5. I want to visit Japan so much!! It looks so beautiful and interesting. haha that deer sign is very cute.

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  6. i love the dear
    xoxo

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  7. wow, it looks so beautiful there! i wouldn't mind going there.
    x

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  8. I can't believe place like that really exist, visiting Japan is my dream!
    Great sots, that little Japanese girl on the last one look sooo adorable :)

    xoxo
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  9. It's impossible to take a bad shot of Kinkakuji (golden pavilion) isn't it! Did you go to the silver one too? I always think that one is funny because it doesn't have any silver on it at all, they were just INTENDING to make the roof silver so they called it Ginkakuji (silver pavilion). If you apply the same logic you could call your house "golden mansion" or something and just tell people you never got around to putting gold tiles on the roof :)
    Love taking a trip back to Japan through your photos but can't wait to visit all my friends and favourite places in real life again.

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  10. Gorgeous photos. Japan looks amazing.

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  11. I really want to go to Nara Park ! Looks so magical.

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  12. lovely pictures....

    xx
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  13. aww I miss Nara. The deer are adorable!

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  14. Wow, what a good trip :). Great pictures!

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  15. Nice shoots! I love Japan also! :)

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  16. Nice photos!

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  17. amazing shots!
    Kisses from Slovakia

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  18. beautiful pictures! those buildings are so gorgeous

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  19. it just looks amazing I love looking through photo diaries like that, definatly need to visit x
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  20. so beautiful pictures!

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  21. wahou c'est super !! j'adore l'architecture des bâtiments là-bas ! :)
    xx

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  22. Beautiful photos :) ! It looks amazing
    Xx

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  23. OMGOD AT THE DEERS!!
    O.o
    But nice pictures. :)

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  24. amazing views! have a nice weekend too :)

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  25. lovely images!! :)

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  26. I want to go there so badly.
    It seems so wonderfull.
    One day, I'll visit it!

    x Je suis Sophie

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  27. Love the pictures and the deer are so cute!

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  28. the deers ....absolutely adorable!

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  29. beautiful pictures :-) http://anneliepop.blogg.se

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  30. Amazing pictures, as always!
    Meg.

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  31. So beautiful photos, an amazing experience!
    XOXO

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  32. amazing pictures, it seems you had a very beautiful experience there :)

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  33. I think we all wanna know who is the person behind the camera! the pictures are always amazing!

    xx

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  34. Such majestic photos from Kyoto and Nara. So adorable about the deer ambush, and love the grand picturesque scenery of the temples. Glad you had such a wonderful time in Japan.

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  35. Pretty shots!

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  36. i need to go to japan soon again :D

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  37. beautiful picutres, i love the one with you working at your notebook as well...

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  38. Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures, Denni!
    xx.

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  39. wow, it's beautiful out there, huh?

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  40. Wow it looks so pretty outthere! How long are you staying in Japan actually??

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  41. love it <3 ;)

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  42. Lovely photos and the girl in the last one is so cute!

    xo thefashionguitar

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  43. Awesome pictures, stunning!


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  44. Wow, that looks amazing. I love those photos, very beautiful.

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  45. absolutely fabulous shots

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    x

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  46. This pictures are beautiful! I would like to go in this country!

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  47. I love Japan so much! These pics are bringing back fond memories! x

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  48. whoaaa... i wish i could go to japan....
    thank you for sharing..
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  49. A Lot of Bambi!!!
    Nice!!! But from what is draw on sign, Bambi are not so sweety as they seems!!
    xxx
    Debora
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  50. The last picture is so adorable! I want to go there toooo!

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  51. omg this is do sweet.
    you make me want to go to japan right now!
    that deer look like smile! lovely.

    E<3

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  52. wonderful photos! I want to see deers up close someday
    :D

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  53. This is such a lovely set! Very exotic!

    <3 Theresa

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  54. how fun! i wanna visit japan! are you half japanese? you are so cute and pretty. my friends have modeled in japan. and they luv it! :)

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  55. Beautiful... a great experience!

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  56. I can't believe the deer come as close to you as they do! That's amazing.

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  57. Kyoto is amazing! I was there a year ago, but I didn't have time to see the deer. Did you visit the Path of Philosophy? It's my favourite place in Kyoto. If you go during the cherry blossom season, you would die of happiness!

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  58. it's very romantic anh peaceful, but
    sometimes i fide it imposing with pagodas

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