Business Hotel Canne Kainan

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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All bound for Koyasan

A travel blog entry by guykb on Oct 13, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... able to interpret his message for us and Kobo Daishi's soul is here in Koyasan. We had dinner in Kokuu guesthouse chatting with the host and some of the guests. Jess and I took a late night walk through the graveyard that is illuminated only by lanterns. Very pretty but Jess got a bit spooked out. So I'm sitting here in my capsule, about to spend my last night asleep in Japan. Tomorrow we can spend the day here before heading to the airport for our midnight flight towards ...


A travel blog entry by mikedude on Sep 03, 2009

... temple is famous for its lanterns. It has more than 10,000 lanterns, which continually burn. The oldest lantern has been supposedly burning for over 1,000 years! Behind the temple was a small shrine for honouring the deceased. I watched the locals, and then did as they did. They would make a coin donation, followed by lighting a stick of incense (which was lit by sticking it into a hot barrel of sand), then placing it into an altar, and finally, saying a prayer.

After the ...

Koya-san: Temple Living with a Nice Price Tag

A travel blog entry by mchao on Mar 28, 2009

1 comment, 18 photos

... in a temple.

I will tell you the price wasn't cheap for temple lodging, but it came with a huge single Japanese style room, a balcony overlooking a pond and two awesome vegetarian meals. Oh, also a yukata (think bathrobe that you can go out in), which offered a child-like game of dress up for dinner and walking around town. But like the name suggests temple lodging was hardcore--icy corridors and bitingly cold interiors (though you had gas heaters in ...

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 ...


A travel blog entry by ellajay on Oct 30, 2006

1 comment, 3 photos

... slow local train to Himeji and arrived 90 minutes later but it was well worth the effort. The city's main attraction is it's phenomenal castle Shirasagi (the white egret), arguably the most beautiful still standing in it's original form in Japan. We found it's the perfect season to visit with the leaves just turning and the clear views stunning. We had a good inspect of the various buildings and were joined by dorm mate Dave in the main tower. After the castle we headed to ...

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