Dai-ni Sunny Stone Hotel

1-22-4 Esakacho, Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 564-0063, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Suita

Temples, shrines and Torii gates

A travel blog entry by petturik


... and bought myself a Shuinchou (temple and shrine seal book) You can use this to keep a log of the temples and shrines you have visited, only you don't fill it yourself but instead pay a monk to handwrite beautiful japanese characters in it representing the temple or shrine you have visited. Totally awe-inspiring! Got back on the bike to get to Ginkaku-Ji or Silver Pavillion. Quite a ride because it was on the complete other side of town. Visited another ...

These shoes were made for walking

A travel blog entry by mrichar.7


... to tweak my enthusiasm! Oooooooo camera shop!!!!! I did find the Ikea of camera stores....unfortunately like Ikea everything I wanted was not in stock....but the way the sales staff scurried around hands glued to their thighs like that character from 'Boston Legal' was hilarious....I think they assumed I was a little bit special, because i would ask for something then they'd giggle as they scurried away. Luckily the stores policy of not actually ...

Kyoto, the old capital

A travel blog entry by henribastien


... like the mini-zen garden you can buy as gift except that this one is full size. I can't imagine how much work it is to create those lines, making sure that everything is even and no footsteps are left. It also had a fantastic ceiling painting in one of the temple building, intricately depicting dragons.

My next temple was one of the most impressive sight I have seen in a long time. Kyoto is surrounded by mountains on almost ...

Kyoto - Day 2

A travel blog entry by andyandjen


... thousands of Torii Gates (shaped like Pi sympols) covering kilometers of paths. There were all sorts of sizes from ones that were just big enough to walk through to ones that were 20 feet tall. They were all made of wood with the tops painted orange and the bases black. Each one had a bunch of Japanese characters carved on it. At different points along the paths, there were areas off to the side where there ...

Temple Run (Part II)

A travel blog entry by rt9812


... street, flanked with traditional Japanese restaurants.

The restaurant we went to was called a Tempanyakie. At these restaurants the tables are low lying and have a grill sunken into them. You sit bare footed, cross legged and grill your own food.

The food was ok, the experience was better. The Asahi and sake helped both.

Our last full day in Kyoto was certainly more successful than the first.



This hotel, located in the Esaka Station area of Suita, is near Nishinomaru garden, Hep Five Ferris Wheel, Minoh Park (Mino Koen), and Hep Five.
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