Business Hotel Kirakusou

Address: 366-2 Kawaharajocho, Tenri, Nara Prefecture, Kinki, 632-0016, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 366-2 Kawaharajocho, Tenri.
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Travel Blogs from Tenri

Arashiyama - food, photos and monkeys

A travel blog entry by michellefusco on Aug 20, 2013

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... filled with Japanese tourists who were shopping, eating and temple viewing. Over the course of the day, we must have walked through at least four temples, each as ornate as the next. These temples are all Buddhist, and show off the amazing architecture of solid wood floors and beams, and intricate and colourful murals on the ceilings above. The smell of incense is so calming and creates a peaceful scene.

As we walked along the ...


A travel blog entry by oberlinyoboku on Jun 22, 2013


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 ...

Kyoto without a Protocol

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 16, 2013

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... the pink cherry blossoms bloom in Spring. After resting in the air conditioned gift shop area, I circled my future points of interest on my map. One can spend weeks in Kyoto and still not see everything. During World War II, this city was spared from being bombed by the Allied forces because of its historical value.

It was 3 PM and I took a detour back to the café. I'd like to thank that adorable, jumpy old lady in the dry-cleaning shop for helping me find my way ...

Temple Fatigue

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 09, 2012

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Kyoto is built on a grid system. How they planned that consider the age of Japans Ancient Capital I don't know. It has an extensive bus network that you can hop on and off of with a relatively cheap day pass. However buses being buses and Kyoto beinig a major city these aren't particularly quick. Plus buses as we know are the prime mode of transport ...

Kyoto - Day 4

A travel blog entry by mlipnicky on Apr 23, 2012

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... in temple, which is really very hard to miss, with the giant camphor trees growing just outside its walls. There was long queue of people so we decided not to go inside. We moved on to Chion-in, the most popular pilgrimage temple in Kyoto. It serves as the headquarters of the Jodo sect and is always full of activity. There were couple of monks (the 36th chamber of Shaolin style) standing on the staircase in front of the main gate, giving some leaflets to visitors. At that time we were ...

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