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

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... 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 ...

Arishiyama countryside retreat near Kyoto

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Apr 15, 2015

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... us. The extensive gardens and ponds had many blooming trees and bushes with many rocks in very aesthetic formations. The Japanese visually blend their landscaping with the surroundings to make their usually small gardens seem large. This enormous garden therefore went on forever with so many views and sights to slow you down. Next we went to the "bamboo grove", the highlight of this area. We were amazed at the scene. The bamboo stalks were easily 5 inches ...

Kyoto tempels, gardens, mountains

A travel blog entry by sarahvermazen on Jan 07, 2015

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Today I visited arashiyama area which is northwest Kyoto. By bus you can easily move around here while you enjoy the surroundings. The only thing you need to bare in mind is that lots of tourist attracties, no matter how famous they are, are directed in Japanese. So in this case you might just want to follow the crowd and confirm you are at the right spot when you get to the ticket office of the attraction. My first visit today is Tunryuji temple which has a beautiful garden and ...


A travel blog entry by pwong on Dec 30, 2013

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... was damn tasty.

The Japanese love aesthetically-pleasing things, and it's incredible how much effort the chefs put into our dinner tonight, with several of our dishes looking more like a great artist's painting, rather than simply a plate of food. Not a razor-thin slice of daikon was out of place, nor a piece of sashimi misaligned; at times, we almost felt bad for digging into our food, and wrecking these masterpieces.

One of the many things ...

Don't Look Him In The Eyes (Japan)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Oct 03, 2013

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... in Singapore in 1880. The poorest individuals in Singapore became the pullers. They were the poverty-sticken people of Chinese ancestry, and were called "coolies". It was hard work but was a job opportunity they needed. Richshaws were the popular way for people to get to work and other places in those days. Today, of course, it is more of a touristy thing. I felt mixed emotions riding in it, though. As I watch from my seated position and see the puller sweating, ...