Weekly Mansion Nakamura

Address: 255-5 Kanrocho, Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 522-0046, Japan | Condo
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This condo is located on 255-5 Kanrocho, Hikone.
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Travel Blogs from Hikone

A World Treasure

A travel blog entry by travelwriter723 on Jan 19, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

... across a small corner coffee shop whose sign read, "Sedona." The sign also featured "Native American Art" and we had to stop in. The man behind the counter was Japanese but said his company had an office in Los Angeles. Said he traveled frequently to Phoenix and Sedona and we said we were from the Phoenix area. After a friendly chat, we left with a smile on our face and continued the journey.

Later, we found a small supermarket and stocked up on fruits ...

Faster Than A Speeding Bullet (Japan)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 27, 2013

2 comments, 34 photos

... to look for signs and make turns easier across the hordes of people. Today, I leave Tokyo for Kyoto in the southern part of Japan. For the first time I get to ride on the Shinkansen train, called the "Bullet Train".   The train has not had any fatal accidents in it's history and is very costly to ride. I bought the Japan Rail Pass before leaving the U.S. You can buy it online and have it mailed to your address outside of Japan. You cannot buy the pass ...


A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Jul 31, 2013

256 photos

... food, most of it quite smelly. But we saw some fresh blowfish or "fugu" which is a Japanese specialty. Its a poisonous fish that has to be specially prepared otherwise the diner could be taking the last bite he will ever take. After the market we got dinner at a chain restaurant that sold a special noodle soup from Nagasaki. We ended our evening by attending a geisha show at Gion Corner, a theater in Gion that does nightly shows. The show began with the ...

Chion-in, Shoren-in & Yasaka-jinja

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 03, 2013

... at Shoren-in is the gardens. I wandered through them for a while and then moved on.

Next I wandered to Yasaka-jinja, a shrine in Maruyama-koen, a park. I was doing the tail-end of Lonely Planet's Hills, Temples & Lanes in Southern Higashiyama in reverse. I've done all of it now although I haven't toured Kodai-ji.

Next I ...

Day 416: another touristy day

A travel blog entry by ursburs on Aug 11, 2012

... the world, how it feels like to be a monk on the way to nirvana, one who dispenses of everything and has found nothing yet... Dammit, I just got a solution, where I didn't want one. There is not supposed to be a reason for a garden with something missing, so here my conclusion from before I found a reason why it is exactly the way it is now:
It's not made for hundreds of shoe-less people to gaze at it from a terrace. It's a garden and people are supposed to be IN ...