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

Day 9, Wedding Day!

A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 21, 2014

6 photos

... We got a small soundproof room to ourselves with which we could shout out (I mean 'sing') tunes for a couple of hours. Back at the hostel reviewing photos from today. The best ones are on our Limux camera so I can't upload here but I'll put a couple to give you an idea. We are in dire need of doing some laundry so tomorrow morning is dedicated to that and trying teapot lane again (but it's a Saturday so it might be closed anyway grr). Hope all is well! Xox w & ...

It's not a hill it's a mountain

A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 14, 2014

... Hands or paws?) through the grill. Greedy things. A little boy is giving them peanuts but when they see my bananas they leave him and come to me. He cries. Great another one. They don't like the skin and spit it out. Then this big monkey cakes and they all scraper. I look him straight in the eye and tell him he can't have any cause he's mean. He looks evil so I give him the bananas. I offer a few to the other monkeys but they won't take them. Only ...

Temples

A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn on Jan 11, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... was Ginkakuji temple, established in 1482. The buildings are less spectacular, however the gardens and winding footpath are just marvellous. Again the moss 'lawn' was a feature, giving it a soft, lovely deep green background. We understand these places were built so the Shoguns would have a nice secure area around which to 'stroll' when not busy with the demands of office.
The final place we visited was Kiyomizu temple in ...

A Kyoto Sampler

A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 26, 2013

242 photos

... at Kyoto, we checked the tourist information office to see if we could purchase our train tickets for tomorrow's journey to Mt. Koya. Most of the trains are not part of the JR system, so we needed tickets on the Nankai Railway network. There is a pass available called the Koyason World Heritage Pass which, similar to what we bought for Hakone, gives you access to the several forms of transportation required to get to Mt. Koya. We learned it wasn't possible to buy ...

Cooking Day!

A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 09, 2013

2 comments, 23 photos

... time, Yoshiko had plated the rest of our meal and served it in the living room, and we all headed in to eat the spoils of our not-so-hard work.



Let me tell you, if you ever have the opportunity to try real Kobe beef, DO NOT pass it up. The flavour and texture is absolutely divine. The meat is so well marbled it literally melts in your mouth. Taro tells us is of such high quality you could even eat it raw. A little sear was ...