Kyoto Guesthouse Roujiya

22-58 Ikenouchicho, Nishinokyo, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 604-8375, Japan | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located on 22-58 Ikenouchicho, Nishinokyo, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, is near Kyoto Imperial Palace, Nishiki Market, Pontocho, and Nishijin Textile Center.
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    A travel blog entry by michael.sandi on Apr 21, 2014

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    ... we sat at the sushi bar and it was made in front of us. Then we ordered some salmon and tuna nigiri and it was one of the best sushi meals I have ever had.
    The fish was some of the best cuts and for a medium-ish full meal, it cost 4,050. The only thing strange about this place was that they allowed smoking! It's been many many years since that has happened in a restaurant I have dined at! But, I have come to see that it is quite normal in Japan.

    We continued ...

    Kyoto and Geisha's

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... is a graceful transition.
    Our geikos tonight were a younger lady, who had graduated to geiko status 5 years ago, named Humi, and an older geiko, Chiko, who was in her late 40s (still very beautiful) and now a professional musician and singer. She played a 3 stringed instrument called a “charico” in which she plucked the strings with an antique ivory pick that was equally beautiful. The poise and grace with which Humi danced ...

    Kyoto ; a castle, a temple and a palace

    A travel blog entry by fully on Jan 09, 2014

    35 photos

    ... by the head priest's former living quarters (hojo) which are known for their painted sliding doors (fusuma), but are not open to the public. The path once again passes by Kinkakuji from behind then leads through the temple's gardens which have retained their original design from Yoshimitsu's days. The gardens hold a few other spots of interest including ...

    Kyoto Temples

    A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Sep 17, 2013

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    ... into the hills that surround the Kyoto valley. It wasn't long before I realized this would have made a great taxi ride, followed by a great downhill walk. Anyways the temple was nice. There were a lot of places to eat nearby that were somewhat touristy, but not too bad. A lot of children were on field trips to the area and they loved talking and taking pictures. Unfortunately, the final temple building and walkway were closed for renovation. Better luck next time! In a shop ...

    Nashinoki Ryokan

    A travel blog entry by jaakko.saaristo on Jul 12, 2013

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    ... Another issue is the low ceiling and I banged my head to it already twice. The location is central, so in the absence of wi-fi in my room I went for shopping instead and saw the Gion festival with streets packed with festival people. Many Japanese walk in their best traditional outfit in yukata and geta (wooden shoes).

    15.7. Back to Nashinoki Ryokan. I have to say I love this place ...