Dai-ichi Sunny Stone Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Banquet room
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... We wandered through Teramachi street, shops galore. Prices are around the same as Australia. There are some beautiful things to buy such as art and pottery but just so expensive. The clothes are gorgeous and the Japanese dress so well. They are a very attractive people and take much pride in their appearance.
We have come across many Starbucks, which I have to admit is a godsend for a coffee, especially coffee frapaccino, as it has been quite humid. We ...
... spent the night breathing pure mountain air through the open window. For many people, the next morning was difficult because coffee did not come with breakfast, though it was available in a separate room at $3.00 per small cup .. cash and don't take it out of the room. Breakfast would not be a highlight for any of us as it was the true Japanese vegetarian style .. so more tofu, soup, seaweed and rice. But the whole experience will always be part of a fond memory for everyone, I ...
... the waiting area for the blessing.
This holding area was a quite beautiful room in and of itself, with wonderful painted screens of the Aoi Matsuri festival parade, and a collection of Japanese dolls, each wearing colored kimonos exemplifying different positions in society. We were eventually invited into the shrine itself, where a young, handsome priest performed the ritual with great care. We bowed, and then proceeded through the blessing ritual. ...
... diamonds, fishermen on the streams. Shot past Mt Fuji, arrived at Suisemi early in the afternoon. Check into the Ryokan (guest house) and back onto the very busy street to the train station for the steep railway ride to the Hakone open air sculpture museum. The railway is so steep that it has switchbacks (pull in one way and switch tracks then pull out the other way) because it is too steep and narrow ...
... was not allowed. We then walked to Nishiki market passing by countless other shrines and temples. This is the reason Kyoto has so many visitors. At the market we found a narrow restaurant frequented by locals where we enjoyed a few drinks and a number of tapas like dishes of freshly cooked fish and tempura. On our final morning in Kyoto we visited Nijo Castle in the centre of town but once inside ...