The former Imperial capital of Japan for over 1000 years, Kyoto is world-famous for its Buddhist temples, gardens and geisha. But did you also know that it’s a wonderful place to go for a walk with your baby? Kyoto’s combination of a deep and fascinating history, along with the Japanese love for the beauty of nature, ensures you enjoy many of these amazing walks.
Tokyo was the first stop of our two week trip to Japan. After doing some research and deciding we wanted to spend more of our time in Kyoto, we were left with four full days in Tokyo. Despite the short time here, we had a long list of places we wanted to go and things we wanted to see.
After a very long travel day, we arrived at our Tokyo apartment early in the evening. We desperately wanted to sleep, but we know from experience that we needed to find baby food for breakfast before going to bed. Venturing out into the world’s largest city after dark in search of food is a little intimidating and I’m not ashamed to admit that our first breakfast came from a nearby 7-11.