I flew into Osaka and then took the train to Kyoto for 2 nights.
You could buy a homemade lunch right on the street.
Sorry. You know me and dog pictures.
A Chinese parasol tree - they were exposed to the atomic bomb
Nishiki Market - this one part was dark and closed, and I was worried that everything was closed.
But then I got to this part of the market, and it was bustling with people and fun shops.
I found this awesome vintage thrift store that was recommended in the travel books. I loved it.
Look at some of the awesome treasures that I found!
I LOVE scarfs, so I bought a beautiful vintage scarf.