It was a cold and lazy morning. We woke up not as early as the other days. But it was still early. It was around 8AM we purposely woke up just to visit the coin laundry just at the corner of our airbnb area. There were no one there, I thought we will bump with some locals. Actually, Mr. F chose this airbnb because it was close to coin laundry which is very convenient for us. We weren’t brought so many clothes. You know, winter clothes are thick enough to fill our luggage. So doing laundry is the best choice to save more space in the luggage.
While strolling at Fushimi Inari neighborhood area, I suddenly stopped. I was analyzing whether is it true that I see a coffee shop at the shrine area?
Vermilion is the name. A small cafe at the front but spacious inside. A small cafe in the middle of small neighborhood.
The name was kinda similar to me, but can’t remember where I caught the name of Vermilion.
Without hesitation, we entered this cafe. It was like, ‘Finally I found coffee in Kyoto!’ my heart says.
Nu Art is a sculpture park owned by Nyoman Nuarta, one of the most popular sculptor in Indonesia. Opened in 2000, Nu Art exhibits his works from earlier career until current works. His most popular sculpture is Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) in Bali which still on going until now.