Business Hotel Cosmo

Address: 4-7 Ekimaedori , Ayabe, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 623-0066, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4-7 Ekimaedori , Ayabe.
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Travel Blogs from Ayabe

Day 10 - Bamboo, gardens, rivers and monkeys

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 27, 2015

19 photos

... We had a nice hike through this hillside garden and actually ran into a nice Mexican couple as we paused for pictures. We made the usual garden variety tourist conversation and asked if they were going to go see the monkeys? The man replied "Definitely not, we have 50,000,000 changos in Mexico and I don't need to see any here!" After a bit of muffled laughter we headed off in the direction of the monkey park.

The monkey park turned out to be back through town, over ...

First day exploring near Kyoto

A travel blog entry by dweinstein on Apr 12, 2015

66 photos

... out of our street close and put on our Yukata and obi sashes and then headed over for a traditional hot japanese bath. Very relaxing. We then had an amazing, long traditional meal (see the pictures) and then relaxed in the massage room for the night, drinking beers and making new Japanese friends. We retired to our room later that evening where we slept on beds made for us on the floor, listening to the pleasant sound of the rain falling outside.


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Arashimaya

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 12, 2014

50 photos

... our Intrepid Travel guide that the geishas could charge up to US$10,000 per hour. So this is not something the run of the mill person could afford. The maiko would probably charge less.

Annabel and Leigh had asked if they could join us to Gion but I guess the last minute decision was too late for them. We caught a taxi to Gion, peppering our conversation with the words “geisha” and “maiko” in the hope that ...

Kaiseki

A travel blog entry by pwong on Dec 30, 2013

18 photos

... greeted with "Irasshaimase!" and a big smile as soon we walked in, to how they carefully and almost apologetically explained each dish to us, despite their limited knowledge of English. There's also no doubting how Kawaii Japanese people are - while the excessive cuteness in this country can become a bit annoying at times, it definitely was a highlight of the night.

Unlike the typical dining experience in Calgary that typically ends in "Thanks for ...

From temple to temple to guesthouse

A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 13, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... god of the rice harvest and also the god of business. Businesses have donated torii gates to the shrine in hopes of being successful, and obviously, the bigger the donation, the bigger the torii, and hopefully the greater the success. Fushimi Inari is therefore known for its walk through thousands of bright orange torii gates, past shrines, to he top of the nearby mountain. The visual effect of so many bright orange and black gates is stunning, but ...