Business Hotel Kirakusou

366-2 Kawaharajocho, Tenri, Nara Prefecture, Kinki, 632-0016, Japan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by oberlinyoboku


I have returned to Tenri, a small town nestled against the mountains that ring the Yamato Plain, the cradle of Japanese civilization. In fact, two "returns" have taken place. I spent a good part of last summer in this very same dormitory (つめしょӓ 8; "tsumesho") during my first visit to Japan, the fulfillment of a life-long dream. To the people with whom I am staying, followers of the Tenrikyo religion, I have also "returned" to the place at ...

East Kyoto

A travel blog entry by anj-ikimashou


Was really hard to get out of bed for both of us, we'd set the alarm so we could do two of the 5 suggested walking tours. Started with walk plan A which included; taking a bus from Kyoto station to the Kiyomizu temple. We saw a street sign from the bus and thought it said 100 metres to the temple so we got off. As we got closer to the sign we saw that it said a 10 min walk which wasn't a problem, think we need to get our ...

Monkeying Around

A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013


... staff. You're not supposed to touch (it scares them) or stare at them (its a sign of aggression), but you can feed them from the safety of a wooden hut, which is something akin to a visitors centre. The hut has large wall openings covered with thick wire mesh. Effectively, the people were in the cage with the monkeys outside looking in! We bought a bag of peanuts for ¥100. You put a peanut on the outstretched palm of your hand, ...

Day one

A travel blog entry by lukeschuler


Tuesday 31 July, 2012

My first day in Japan and it’s hard not to mention
the heat. It was an oppressive and humid 35 degrees today from the moment the
sun came up till the moment it went down. Needless to say it was shorts and tee
shirt weather.

I was woken up to the smell of Eiji’s mother
cooking breakfast – a traditional Japanese cooked breakfast largely consisting
of all kinds of fish, rice, ...

Temples, Graveyards and Roman Aquaduct Kyoto

A travel blog entry by kyliejoetravels


... busload of Japanese tourists *This is always interesting to never see a horde of Aussie tourists running around Southbank..and yet, Japanese are always on it for spending the cash in their own backyard.

The temple itself is immense...and it is a steepish walk to get there along a street full of souvenir shops and restaurants - we opted for a slightly different route which led us adjacent to this street but up through a massive Japanese ...


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