Autumn Story In Japan 2013 – Arashiyama – 嵐山のTogetsukyo Bridge (渡月桥)

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Finally we are here at Togetsukyo Bridge! It is so crowded that I finally get a clean photo of me and the Togetsukyo Bridge signage. It’s called 渡月桥 in Chinese or Kanji. The view from the bridge is beautiful even though the photos look normal. You need to be there to know it!

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Togetsukyo Bridge is Arashiyama’s most iconic landmark. It was originally built during the Heian Period (794-1185) and most recently reconstructed in the 1930s. And I realise I did not take a photo of the bridge itself! *smacks head*

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It’s the perfect place for photos taking! 😀

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Once we crossed the bridge, we walk a bit around and spot this kawaii Pooh Bear!!! Cannot resist to kiss him. Lol.

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Selfies with the Bear! I bet he says ‘Stop Molesting Me!’ Heh.

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Fooling around because of the good weather, great sunshine, cool breeze, blue sky and mountainous view!

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More fooling around on Togetsukyo on the way back from the other side of the bridge. We are famished and started looking around for food. 😀

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