Business Daiichi Hotel

Address: 48-9 Shiratoricho, Omihachiman, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 523-0032, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 48-9 Shiratoricho, Omihachiman.
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Travel Blogs from Omihachiman

Heian-jingu Shrine, Art Museum and Gion District

A travel blog entry by eadestainsby on Oct 07, 2015

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... photos taken. We pass by many traditional wooden machida merchant houses. There are many restauarants in the area and if you have enough money you can make reservations for a traditional geisha accompanied dinner. We don't have enough money so we head over to the river and find a great little Japanese-Italian restaurant and dine overlooking the water. Pizza and salad. Home base by 9ish! Tomorrow another ...

Opulence on a grand scale

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on May 12, 2015

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... of tigers and leopards frolicking in bamboo forests, others with cranes and cherry blossoms, and pine trees and eagles. The paintings on show in the palace are reproductions but one can view the originals in a separate gallery, where they are better protected from the elements. They show the originals on rotation and, considering their age, they still look pretty good. We saw the tiger motifs.

After viewing the palace, we ...

Temples galore and sushi train

A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 11, 2015

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... lined with brush along the edges. It just gives a lovely peaceful effect. We followed it back around and went to another temple, Daikakiji which sits on a lovely pond and is one of the oldest temples in Kyoto. It was built on this location 1200 years ago. Lunch was a modest snack of peanuts and the most yummiest corn chips in the world- roast beef and wasabi! OMG so good. We decided not to waste time on lunch, the other issue ...

Kyoto feat. Nara

A travel blog entry by kalila.bolton on Sep 07, 2014

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... the city. Perhaps undertaking this on foot was stupid. We walked through gojo and downtown Kyoto in a straight line, finally reaching the imperial complex by lunchtime. The trip was worth it though; Kyoto was Japan's old capital until a few hundred years ago, and the huge palace grounds are impressive. They're also much more accessible to the public than the Tokyo ones, and have public tennis courts tucked away in a corner amongst some fit ...

Monkeys, Monkeys, Monkeys!

A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 19, 2014

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... Was kinda fun, but not much happening. Then back on the train to the small town of Arashiyama. Really neat little place of shops and historic temples. A large river comes out of the mountains to the Kyoto plain area here, and crossing the bridge reminded me a lot of Inuyama. We were really here to see the monkeys though, and after crossing the river and a ...