|Royal Pulse Restaurant. I love the salad and everything! Very Satisfying.|
Kyocera Corporation supplies environmental friendly products worldwide. The company’s goal is to contribute to society by developing environmentally friendly products and technologies with economic benefits – such us solar modules and pollution-reducingmfine ceramics components.
An audio guidance system was given upon entering the museum. We were well-informed about their history, sustainability as well as their financial stability. I was very impressed with the museum tour where I saw fine ceramics; the museum showcases the growth of Kyocera's fine ceramic technology. It displays information about ceramic materials and relevance which includes history, technological advancement, evolution of fine ceramics and how fine ceramics have become universal. There was also a Kyocera Museum of Art located in the ground level where I saw Japanese paintings, fine ceramics pottery and some sculptures.
It was about 6:00pm when we arrived in Kyoto Royal Hotel and Spa to check in and we had a 30 minutes rest. Then, we were oriented for our home-stay and given a chance to prepare for a our cultural presentation before moving to a restaurant for a dinner.
Walking in Gion District a place in Kyoto known for teahouses, old-style Japanese buildings and where geishas or maikos can be seen quite often. On our way to a restaurant for dinner, I was hopeless to see a real geisha that time and I really didn't however I did enjoy the decorative lanterns I saw which they'd actually used as advertisement for some restaurants.
|A Restaurant named Gion Maruyama Kagaribi, Maruyama is a park in Gion and Kagaribi means Bonfire. (Restaurant Info)|
|A wonderful dinner xperience of tofu cuisine and sakiyaki. |