Nagoya Castle

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We got up early, excited to be in Nagoya for the day, but when we got to the street it was raining a lot. After a short run to a nearby 7-Eleven to grab a couple of umbrellas, which cost around 8 euros for the pair, we were ready to go to Nagoya’s magistral castle.

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And then it was time to head to Kyoto. On this second part of our Japanese adventure we had no time to waste and made sure we were using our JR Passes to their full potential. We were moving fast and making the most out of every single day.

After about an hour on the speedy Shinkansen, we walked all the way to the hotel, dropped our stuff and headed out for a relaxed stroll and some food.

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Moi

The final shot

Hi there, welcome to my blog! I'm Filipe Varela, a designer at Automattic, and am passionate about photography and video. In this site I post photos from my journeys and daily ramblings — in sum, a slice of life. Browse through the archive or check the homepage for the latest posts.

  • akanekinomoto

    How I miss this.