Jewelry Candy and My Soul Forever

After my yummy tonkatsu lunch, I met up with my sister so we could head to the art museum. But first, we had to stop for a sweet fluffy treat at Jewelry Candy.

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Jewelry Candy Shop

The small shop serves up some deliciously colorful cotton candy. I haven’t had cotton candy in years, but apparently my sister is a big fan of it.

Jewelry Candy
Cotton Candy
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Spinning

It was so soft and fluffy and made a great snack while we walked over to the Gion district.

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Light and Fluffy

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Kyoto
Kyoto

We couldn’t avoid getting a couple new capsule toys on our way there!

Kyoto
More Capsule Toys

Kyoto

Gion
Gion

Gion

Yayoi Kusmama’s art has been all the rage lately. Her My Soul Forever exhibit came to Kyoto where a selection of 82 works, including a mix of original pieces created between 1950 and 2008 and reprints from 1979 to 1990, are on display at the Forever Museum of Contemporary Art in Gion.

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My Soul Forever Exhibit

The Pumpkin Forever exhibit is currently taking place until February 29, 2019.

My Soul Forever
Forever Museum of Contemporary Art
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Giant Pumpkin
My Soul Forever
Yayoi Kusama

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My Soul Forever

After seeing all her unqiue and colorful displays, we took some time to see the beautiful garden.

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Japanese Garden
My Soul Forever
Meditation

What do you do when the museum has a lovely Japanese garden out back? A photo shoot of course!

My Soul Forever
Photo Shoot!

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My Soul Forever


Forever Museum of Contemporary Art (FMOCA)
570-2 Gion-machi (south side)
Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0074
+81 075-532-0270
Website

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Author: Desiree

Desired Tastes is a Food and Travel Blog written by Desiree, a food enthusiast from New Jersey who just wants to see the world and eat good food.

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