Best Inn Omi Hachiman

Address: 514-1 Takakai-cho, Omihachiman, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 523-0891, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 514-1 Takakai-cho, Omihachiman.
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    Travel Blogs from Omihachiman

    Day 1 in Kyoto - Sunday

    A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 24, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... 12.00, so one can imagine that the lunch prices would have reflected the surroundings. The bus was unable to maneuver the narrow lane leading to the restaurant, which after all was in a seriously residential neighbourhood, so the manager or head waiter of the restaurant, a man in his mid to late 60s at least, came running, truly running,down the lane to meet the bus 2 blocks away and guide us to the restaurant. Typical Japanese hospitality and concern for guests! ...

    Geisha day

    A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 09, 2015

    62 photos

    ... to me and there were some flute things in particular which just sounded wrong.
    We weren't allowed to take photos unfortunately so you'll just have to take my word that the costumes were lovely.

    After the show we went to a market, where Tim ate random baby squid. Then we had to head back to the area near our hotel as we had a geisha dinner thing booked. A group of probably 20 of us were picked up from a hotel and transported by ...

    The Imperial Palace & Shimagamo Shinto Shrines

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... pond and bridge and tree and shrine all in balance. I was reminded of the fact that the entire Imperial Palace site is a Shinto shrine, sacred ground with additional holy places within it.

    The greatest annual Imperial ceremony takes place each November 23rd, at the time of the rice harvest. On that date the Emperor of Japan must eat rice from all 47 prefectures (states) in Japan in an elaborately choreographed way. It takes him ...

    Backroads of Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by pandasphere on Jun 04, 2014

    21 photos

    ... only monks were allowed to enter for maintenance. Lucky us! Guillaume then took us to see a small unnamed shrine where monks come to pray under a tiny waterfall. It was very picturesque and would have been impossible to find without a guide.

    The Nanzen-Ji Temple complex was next. It is the head of the Rinzai Zen Buddhist sect and is dated back to the 13th Century. We entered beneath the Sanmon Gate, the ...

    Kyoto day 4: the regular Japan

    A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 09, 2014

    7 photos

    ... geisha activities were shut down in Gojo area by the main office (yes, apparently geisha have a main office that regulates their activities and rents them out to tea houses where they entertain guests).

    Later in the tour we passed by an old workshop producing tatami mats and another that is famous for making green tea containers. Another fun stop was the original location of a house, where Nintendo ...

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