By the time this is posted on the blog, I am a few hours away from flying back to Malaysia. On Saturday, I got sidetracked by cheerleaders and cosplayers at Heian Temple , and then by a great art exhibition at the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto , when I was on my way to Ginkaku-ji 銀閣寺, the Temple of Silver Pavilion. By the time I reached Ginkaku-ji in the evening, I was already closed. Therefore, Sunday, my final day in Kyoto, I decided to rectify this regret of mine by heading straight to Ginkaku-ji right after lunch. To experience the place for myself. So I entered Ginkakuji (which is officially known as Jisho-ji 慈照寺).