There is much to be found in Kyoto. Rudy presents the concept of wab-sabi, the uniquely Japanese art of finding beauty in everyday life. Visit a 15th-century Zen garden, and Philosopher’s Walk, the most popular place to take in spring flowers. Just steps from modern department stores are quiet backstreets with delicate shrines and wooden houses. In the craft capital of Japan, witness the weaving of kimonos. Rudy also visits Kiyomizu-dera Temple, one of the most revered in Kyoto.
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