Hello, my name is Orsi.
I'm from Hungary, but I live in Kyoto. Currently I'm doing my PhD in Japanese classical literature and hope to become a teacher someday.
I live in Kyoto for more than a year now, but I feel there are still a lot to exolore. Of course there are the "must see" temples and shrines, but there are a lots of small workshops, where you can make your own kanzashi (japanese hairpin) or try other traditional arts&crafts. It's also nice to just sit next to the Kamo river, and have a beer with a some rice-ball, or go and have a few drink with local people at the izakaya (japanese-style pub). There are not too many clubs in Kyoto, but if you want to dance until the morning, there are some places to go to.
I would be happy to guide you in Kyoto, whether you interested in traditional culture, nightlife or both. :)
Hello! My name is Orsi, a Hungarian girl studying classical Japanese literature in Kyoto. I'm in love with Japanese poetry, and can't wait to share it with you.
I also like Japanese style pubs (izakaya) and clubs. Let's go and enjoy the night in Kyoto after discovering the traditional culture.