Business Hotel Canne Kainan

Address: 534-10 Nataka, Kainan, Wakayama Prefecture, Kinki, 642-0032, Japan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by iamjwe on Aug 05, 2014

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... since the year 632. The monks still bring him food daily. This temple was a spectacular building. Rectangular, with many large paneled doors, situated atop a hill, with thousands of lanterns hanging in an orderly fashion from its roof, each glowing a faint orange. Due to the sacredness of this place, no photographs were allowed. Our guide recited a chant called the heart mantra, and we then began the walk back to our home for the ...

Manholes Mania

A travel blog entry by slowloris38 on Sep 05, 2012

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Toyama is the place to go to visit the Japanese Alps. Expect no English signage here but if you know Mandarin, you'll be alright. Very popular as we saw Hongkies and Thais in the same train towards the ice wall visit.

The walls behind us were ...

Day 8: Prayers in the morning...

A travel blog entry by oandb on Apr 16, 2010

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... breakfast to start the day.

Before going back to Kyoto, we went to Daimon, the grand gateway which is at the west entrance of Koya-san, and that we missed the day before. We walked there (30 minutes) and could admire this huge wooden door which marks one entrance of the city. Daimon was also a good place to see the valley and the mountains in the distance. There was still mist in the valley, and it looked like we were above ...


A travel blog entry by segacs on Nov 07, 2008

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... were futons on tatami mats on the floor, and there was a low table to kneel at for tea. It sounds quite spare, maybe, but it's very beautiful and pretty comfortable, too. At the temple, the monks served traditional vegetarian fare, which was eaten sitting on tatami mats as well. The meals were actually really elaborate, with various soups, tofu dishes, rice and vegetables. There wasn't much to do in ...

Last few days...

A travel blog entry by jasonlew on Aug 02, 2007

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... up above the crowd at enormous risk to themselves... and insist on equal and fair treatment for all human beings. These people make an enormous impact on the course of history... and are honoured only decades after for their courageous fight for the human experience. Watching some of the videos and reading the displays, I could feel the lump poking out in my throat. After spending a few hours in the nicely air conditioned museum, we stepped back out into the outdoor oven ...