Kanponoyado Tondabayashi

Address: 880-1 Ryusen, Tondabayashi, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 584-0053 , Japan | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Tondabayashi

Kukai, Koya, and a 5-Star Buddhist Monastery

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 05, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

... do the pilgrimage around Shikoku Island, Kukai’s home, visiting 88 Buddhist temples there on an 800 kilometer route that takes about a month to walk. While many do the pilgrimage by bus, many do walk it, and surprisingly it turns out to be about the same length as the Camino, the Way of Santiago de Compostello in Spain. There are several other Buddhist pilgrimages in Japan: a 33-temple pilgrimage in western Japan, a 33-temple pilgrimage in eastern ...

Land of the Occasional Sun

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 07, 2014

3 photos

... yet another train. When we reached our platform on the JR Nara line, a local train was waiting to take us to Nara. We decided not to take this train and instead wait for a limited express train, which would stop at fewer and probably be a nicer train. The local trains tend to be older and more run down.

The train was a little delayed for some reason but did eventually arrived at the platform 10-15 minutes later than scheduled. We got on board, ...

Osaka castle, sushi and the first cherry blossom!

A travel blog entry by steveandtam on Mar 18, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... we would have a hope of seeing one because it had been so cold, so seeing this beauty was nothing short of magnificent! The flowers were so delicate and full of life and of course we took a tonne of photos. The hike up to the castle was grueling - at one point there was a section of 69 stairs! We huffed and puffed our way up and had to have an ice cream before we could go any further. The castle was really quite beautiful on the outside - the inside was ...

Hagashiyama and the Philosopher's Path in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 30, 2013

175 photos

... we stopped for a final Japanese Starbucks and went through security. Security and immigration were quick and painless, and soon we were in the delightful ANA lounge. The lounge was very nice -- lots of power outlets and gave us a chance to rest up a bit more before our long flight. The food options were a bit minimal, but the beer dispensers that automatically tilt the glass to provide exactly the right amount of foam are always a joy -- we had ...

Oh really

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 22, 2013

5 photos

... Wheel on the top of Hep Five, a mall. There are two wheels in the list of attractions but as it went up and up I remembered for the 1000th time how bad I am with heights, and I mentally marked the second wheel as 'optional'. This being Japan, there is some extra tech, and you can plug an ipod in for some music, so I had Muse for company, but wasn't mad keen on the slow progress over the top of the wheel. Safe as houses, of course. But I still can't hack it. Good views over ...