Weekly Mansion Nakamura

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


A travel blog entry by joandlizzie


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Famous for its temples, the first day we saw a temple nearby and explored our area. We went to Nishiki food market which was great, all stalls with loads of random things including baby octopus on sticks - like lollies! Then we explored the Gion area and saw a genuine geisha - she was very shy and had lipstick all over her teeth!
We bought some snacks from a local street stall, rice balls, miso soup, tempura and ate at the hostel.

The next day we went to Kibune ...

Temples Everywhere

A travel blog entry by tdv95

This is a top pick!

... temples of Nanzen-ji, To-ji,Tenryuji, Fushimi Inari Shrine, Tofukuji, and Sanjusangendo. Like Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines are places of worship- in Shinto, millions of gods which can be found everywhere are worshiped. Looking back on our exhausting temple trekking, DH tagged the Golden Temple as her favourite (quel surprise??) and I had to go with Fushimi Inari Shrine (granted it was essentially a long uphill walk through 10,000+ lookalike Toris ...

Day 416: another touristy day

A travel blog entry by ursburs

... hang a 5-digit pricetag on it. Without names modern art is just Rohrschach-psychology.
Creating a rock garden, calling it a rock garden and inviting people to stare at it is 21st century art. It's a modern rebel's work to produce something that feels incomplete and too simple to be pretty. Monks are rebels in a way for sure, but they thrive for solutions, for completion! Monks are supposed to show us ways and goals... Or maybe this one was different... this man wanted ...

Letters Home-Japan-Day 1

A travel blog entry by crashvic37


... 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.


Day 22: Goin' home!

A travel blog entry by apat


... take note: 30 degrees on a crowded bus is not normal, or comfortable, or necessary. Stop doing it. If I spent enough time I could probably add 10 other likes and dislikes to the lists above, but you get the idea.

So, in retrospect, I think the 2nd Japan trip has given us less of a "wow factor" than the 2008 trip did, because we knew exactly what to expect. Japan is still, and I expect always will be, an amazing place to ...


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