From its imperial palaces, Zen gardens and Shinto shrines to the traditional wooden buildings and screen facades of downtown Gion, there is a wealth of things do in Kyoto, a city that very much embodies the spirit of old-world Japan.

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Fushimi inari Trail, Kyōto-shi, Japan. Photo by Lin Mei

Things to do Kyoto include learning all about the art of tea, Zen Buddhism and many other pillars of Japanese culture, whilst getting the chance to visit otherworldly bamboo forests and ornate shrines, all within the borders of this mysterious yet welcoming city.

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I love food and I love cooking, but I’m no good at writing recipe ideas and blogs – I never follow measurements and instructions very well. If I have my own recipe ideas, it will be different every single time.

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That’s why I thought I would showcase a few food bloggers every month and feature what a good job they’re doing and following and creating recipe ideas…

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As we make our way into 2018 travel trends, the big contenders for bucket list holidays this year have already begun to make themselves known.

Last year we saw Sri Lanka, Bali, Kerla in India, South Africa take centre stage as the biggest bucket list holidays for travelers and social media bloggers. This year, these are the top 10 places to put at the front of your travel bucket list holidays…

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Whether it’s sports watches or fitness trackers, with the intention of simple step counting or tapping into heart rate data, the wearable technology that many of us are familiar with is already of a bygone era.

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Companies began to see past these simple pieces of tech 20 years ago, envisioning a world where our clothing is digital, our physical wellbeing is monitored, devices are integrated into our healthcare system and virtual reality completely changes the way we exercise.

Read the full feature written for wareable.com here.

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