Crafts Museum & Heian-Jingu & 9 course lunch

We met with Ritsu’s old colleague Banba-San, who had been a fantastic host and tour guide seven years ago and he showed us the traditional arts & crafts museum of Kyoto, and then the Heian shrine.

After that we found a Taxi big enough to fit 4 adults and 1 kid and went to a very interesting Japanese restaurant. Since Banba-San had everything pre-ordered (including a kid’s set for Julius), we had no idea what was coming … or HOW MUCH.

At some point some mousse came and I thought that was dessert, but it was fish flavored and the waiter told us ‘and next is sushi’ !!!

Eventually I will get around to name all the items … but it was overall fantastic!

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