Business Hotel Yasaka

2-16-9 Ishibashi, Ikeda, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 563-0032, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-16-9 Ishibashi, Ikeda, is near National Museum of Ethnology.
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Travel Blogs from Ikeda

Kyoto, the old capital

A travel blog entry by henribastien on Jun 12, 2013

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... really impressive, I would have really liked to see the ringing ceremony but I couldn't figure out if and when they ring it.

I sat for a long time on the steps of leading to the temple trying to cool down in the heat and let my feet rest a little. I then headed to another temple which wasn't quite as nice as the other tree and made my long way back to Santoshi's house.

That is what I thought would be mostly the end of my day. ...

Day Twenty

A travel blog entry by delia.brimmer on Jan 29, 2013

... meal and are able to have a few beers with friends. The meal is made in a very large pot that is rarely cleaned and one new thing is added to the recipe every day. It was such a good cultural experience for me I am very glad we went there for dinner because it pushed me outside of my comfort zone.
Final thoughts: Whenever I say I am from America the first response I get is "oh yeah, I like Obama!" Awkward!

Culture shocked,

History of instant ramen

A travel blog entry by ninjafrog on Mar 10, 2012

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... ramen?
Dancing, singing or skipping?

I usually do a meditation. Why don't you try?
You need to concentrate when you really taste the ramen.

I ate the Chili Tomato flavor at home...yummy.
I appreciate you, Momofuku Ando.

Info about Museum as below, tm

Kyoto, Day 2

A travel blog entry by pyres on Nov 18, 2011

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... along the slopes of sacred mount Inari. We walked through tunnels of closely built gates, each of which had an inscription with the name of donor (individual or company) an eventually emerged near a sub-shrine, where priests were getting ready for a burning ceremony. As far as I understand, the visitors of Fushimi shrine write their wishes on small ...

Mary Poppins n Olivier Varga

A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Apr 15, 2011

... didn't cry and I even had him smiling! I said my goodbyes and treated myself to a machine coffee on the way out but before I left I got talking to an older Japanese version of Olivier Varga about rhododendrons and earthquakes. thus gentleman had an excellent command if English and was a delight to talk to.
My intention of visiting Cheonin Temple went out if the way due to the bad weather so I decided to head to my new host Masato's place. Apart from being put on the wring train ...

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