Weekly Mansion Nakamura

255-5 Kanrocho, Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 522-0046, Japan | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Hikone

Japan´s Ancient Beauty

A travel blog entry by mariamrodriguez on Jul 07, 2013

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Well, if Tokyo was a marvel of skyscrapers and efficiency, Kyoto is a pleasure of color andJapanese old world charm.

Our trip on the Shinkansen (Japanese Bullet Train) was prompt and quick... 40 minutes from Nagoya to Kyoto.Have I mentioned that everything in Japan is efficient? And cute? The train conductors are adorable in their matching Smart suits and box hats and little stamps to mark your tickets. There is an electronic scrolling marquis telling ...

Day 8 Kyoto - Nara

A travel blog entry by cranky on May 17, 2013

... and ate it all then tried to steal dads meals lol she is like a seagull. Livi - Pizza Adam - Prawn cold rolls, very nice, then chicken stick and what turned out to be Neck meat stick very tough meat. Rach - Pork Kebab Mum - Mixed Skewers prawn, egg, Chicken and possibly fish?? Kim - Crispy Beef with chillie - YUMMY i think dad and i chose the best meals even though they forgot our meals. Total Bill $83 not bad at all. Last stop at the Family Mart, for munchies then off to bed ...

Day-trip to Nara

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 04, 2013

... the Edo period.

Next I went to another temple that's part of the Todai-ji temple called ****tsu-do. It's on the side of a hill and has good views from the verandah overlooking the park. I took a quick look around and continued on.

I wandered by Sangatsu-do next door but it seemed to be closed. I think it may be undergoing restoration work although I'm not sure.

The next temple on the ...

About temples, shrines and gardens

A travel blog entry by claudiaroger on Jul 18, 2012

1 comment, 20 photos

... were lots of mainly Japanese tourists around (Kyoto actually receives close to 50 million tourists a year!). Many temples are an assembly of major and minor structures; there is always lots to discover and it's worth to look around the next corner to see what's hidden at first sight.

The main hall of one temple is (standing 38m high, 76m long and 58m wide) one of the largest wooden structures in the world. Then, weighing in at 70 tonnes, we gazed at the ...

Letters Home-Japan-Day 1

A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Apr 22, 2012


... to the room, and with all four of us inside, it was hard to turn around. The room has all of the essentials; bed, bathroom, desk, TV, closet, slippers, mini-fridge, and all fitting into an 8’ x 20’ space. Most hotels in Japan are ‘business class’, and this hotel is typical. Tomorrow Victor will officially leave his dorm, check in, and our adventure will begin in earnest.



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