Nov. 8th, 2005

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Nov. 8th, 2005 01:06 pm
akujunkan: (Default)
For the Japanese-enabled out there. Who is doing the eating in this sentence:

病気のとき、姉は好物のメロンを食べさせてもらった。
(Byouki no toki, ane wa koubutu no meron wo tabesasete moratta.)

Just askin'.

That will be all.
akujunkan: (Default)
Astute readers may remember me threatening to do this late last September. Well, I'm a woman of my word, so let's talk Kenninji. If guidebooks were anything to judge by, it's nothing special, but it is perhaps my all time favorite temple in Kyoto. Kennninji was the first Zen temple built in said city and belongs to the Rinzai sect, which is cool because it's the sect where they slap you around with sticks to enlighten you.

Perhaps this is why Kenninji rocks my socks so terribly much.

The first thing of note about Kenninji is that it's got some really beautiful Zen rock gardens. You can actually sit down and enjoy them because unlike Ginkakuji or Ryoanji, Kenninji isn't well known.

Cut for image-heavy like woah Kenninji Love. )

In closing, this temple rocks.

That will be all.

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