Business Hotel Canne Kainan

Address: 534-10 Nataka, Kainan, Wakayama Prefecture, Kinki, 642-0032, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 534-10 Nataka, Kainan.
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Travel Blogs from Kainan

Frozen in snowy time

A travel blog entry by vandna on Dec 30, 2013

... his mother's soul, which being female, was barred from heaven (until the belief system changed ~120 years ago.) There is a matronly statue present, as well as a few other enshrined statues; interestingly, there were several pairs of breasts fashioned from fabric that were decorating one wall, which our host explained was to pray for breast cancer. I can't remember if I took a photo but these were striking! Also, the shrine is a site for people to pray for fertility and ...

Tranquility in the cool sunshine

A travel blog entry by matthayward on Sep 09, 2010

... and range is breathtaking.

We headed west right to the edge of town so as we could see down the mountain. On the way there and back we past many great sights, including a temple that has apparently been stood since 1197!

We stopped off for some lunch and liquid refreshment on our way back into town and then headed to the temple so as Em' could get a little shut eye.

After some well needed R&R we headed back up to Oku-no-in ...

Chanting Monks and Vegetarian Cuisine

A travel blog entry by campbellot on Oct 14, 2009

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... and timber doors and small gardens (with water, fish, pebbles, statues and shrines). There are many such temples in Koya San and many of them offer temple lodgings for visitors. The location and scenery is just magnificent.

Dinner was a feast for the eyes and the stomach. All vegetarian dishes made according to local recipes, it was served to us in a dining area downstairs – each group of guests has their own room for eating. We tucked in and thoroughly enjoyed ...

Last few days...

A travel blog entry by jasonlew on Aug 02, 2007

69 photos

... 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 ...

Kampai!

A travel blog entry by ellajay on Oct 30, 2006

1 comment, 3 photos

... checked in with enthusiastic owner Oliver. An ATM search took us the the centre of the city where we spied the gargantuan Umeda building and found a post office before heading back to the hostel for sleep. After a fair nap we ventured to Osaka's happening centre Namba where we wussed out with super easy to order subway for dinner. Much people spotting followed (knee socks knee socks everywhere!) before we found ourselves in a games arcade. Being budget conscious we just tried a couple ...