Friday, February 25, 2005

The Three Towers of Kyoto

The First of Kyoto's 3 towers...
The Tower of tradition: Toji Temple. Posted by Hello


Blogger dr said...

I like your work. Keep it up. tim

26/2/05 2:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there!

Long time no see

Yes! Keep it up

from Kazu in saga

17/4/05 5:30 PM  
Anonymous Toby said...

As an enthusiastic cyclist in Kyoto, it was great to read your blog and have the experience contextualised. Yeah, there is a problem with bike space in this city, and there bloody well shouldn't be! It does seem hypocritical and it does seem needless and downright mean. I tend to just shake my head, but I'm glad that people like you, Al, are doing more....keep it up!

28/4/05 1:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey I am a cyclist here as well. I do agree with you. About parking your bicycles. After a while you get clever and know where to park. Weekends and evenings are usually not a problem. Keep away from too many illegaly parked bikes. Just use somebody else's parking lot. Pachinko's work pretty good for me. The unemployment office for parking next to kyoto station. etc. etc.

13/7/05 1:01 PM  
Blogger Basket said...

Vous avez un blog très agréable et je l'aime, je vais placer un lien de retour à lui dans un de mon blogs qui égale votre contenu. Il peut prendre quelques jours mais je ferai besure pour poster un nouveau commentaire avec le lien arrière.

Merci pour est un bon blogger.

9/10/05 8:55 AM  
Blogger Al in Kyoto said...

Hi there. I'm still here in Kyoto monitoring the situation.
over 110 taxis outside both the front and back of Kyoto station with engines running all day long and the City Hall is still confiscating bicycles parked anywhere in the city.
What influence the Taxi Driving Mafiaoso having on Local Government policy?

9/10/05 3:04 PM  
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12/10/05 4:17 AM  

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