Arashiyama Park

On one of our last days in Kyoto, a few of us ventured off closer to the mountains. We got the chance to visit the Arashiyama Monkey Park and the bamboo forest.

A panorama of Arashiyama Park.
The bamboo forest as the sun began to set, giving the bamboo a blue tint.
Photo by Jakob R. Rodriguez
India feeding one of the monkeys.
A view from the top of the monkey park.
Disclosure: we were the ones in a cage.
Myself in the bamboo forest.

This was one of my favorite days in Kyoto. I am very thankful to having a group of friends to experience this with me.

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