Kyoto Guesthouse Roujiya

22-58 Ikenouchicho, Nishinokyo, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 604-8375, Japan | 2 star hostel
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Domo Aregato, lovely Kyoto

A travel blog entry by vandna

... fought for all three unifiers of Japan (Nobunaga, Hideyoshi, Ieyasu - see Koyasan section). The walkway leading up to the temple is lined on both sides by deciduous trees, which in the autumn are dressed in vibrant, shocking red that I would have loved to have seen. Within the temple there are historical tea rooms where the patron, who was a student of the tea master Sen Rikyu (see Chanoyu), hosted guests. Along with Hosokawa's family is the alleged ...

(Day 9) Welcome Kyoto & japan Buddhist Bob Ma

A travel blog entry by mr_travel_2013


... will get the homie once, which are always to small, so better walk on socks or barefoot. It make also more sense, because you have to take the homie once of before entering the room, which has Tatami mats on the floor. Very, very fragile. Take care, when you destroy them and they got replaced it gets expensive. The bed of course is Japanese futon. Very thin, practical you sleep on the ground. So long it warm weather ok, but when you plan to visit Japan in ...

Kyoto without a Protocol

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever


I loved the quiet places in Kyoto, the places that held the world within a windless moment. Inside the temples, Nature held her breath. All longing was put to sleep in the stillness, and all was distilled into a clean simplicity. -Pico Iyer, Video Night in Kathmandu: And Other Reports from the Not-So-Far East

The night bus rolled into Kyoto on a bright morning at 8 AM. The snoring passengers and I drove past the misty mountains on our way there. The scenery reminded me ...

The river walk

A travel blog entry by cj_travels


This time we have slept longer and it was amazing! Funny enough we slept on wooden floor, on a thin mattress with tatami mats around. The entire Machiya was ours and it was really quite - very good sleep indeed!

Today we had an easy, calming day - the sun was shining beautifully! We have strolled along KAma river - what a fabulous walk it was - loads of cherry trees in bloom, different types of fishing birds around, otters and other animals in big numbers! Local people sat ...

Don't look the monkey in the eye!

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012


... On new years day the windows in the front of the building are opened so Buddha can look out, which is quite cool. This temple had a great feel to it, with incense and candles burning it reignited our joy of temples (for a while anyway). However as cool as the Buddha and big wooden building were this was not our main reason for coming to Nara. Nara is a town over run with over 1,200 little deers called Sika Deer. The deer are very tame and were considered divine ...

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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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