Eco and Tec Kyoto

Address: 40 Awadaguchi Sanjobocho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 605-0035, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Gion Higashiyama/Kita Shirakawa/Kurama/Yase/Ohara area of Kyoto, is near Gion, Kyoto Studio Park (Toei Uzumasa Eiga Mura), Koryu-ji Temple, and Kyoto Zoo (Dobutsu-En).
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    Travel Blogs from Kyoto

    Power Touring

    A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 16, 2015

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    ... neat pictures. The temples here are way more expansive than the churches back home. While simplistic in nature of the religion, they are still quite ornamentally decorated and have some pretty intricate Buddha alters they pray around.
    From there I head back toward the busy downtown part of Kyoto where I would have made the boys proud. I actually stopped and ate a real lunch at a restaurant. It was another one of those you ordered from a vending machine. I had ...


    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... or a normal thing to do, at any rate, they looked fantastic and were glad to have their picture taken. Spring also brings cherry blossom and the park west of Gion district was full of people admiring the flowers and again snacking away at the various food stalls. I have no idea why obesity doesn't seem to be a problem here but it isn't.

    Unfortunately we spent about an hour trying to find an ATM that would take our cards. No one ...

    Kyoto, not as first world as we'd hoped..

    A travel blog entry by reids on Nov 20, 2014

    52 photos

    ... opposed to Tokyo, was that the ticketing machines were completely in Japanese and therefore the only way to buy tickets was through a process of trial and error by putting as much money into the machine as possible and hoping that it spat out the correct ticket.

    We needed to be at the Imperial Palace 20 minutes before the tour began and wow was it worth it! We received an excellent history lesson of Kyoto as the capital and of ...

    Castles and Buddhist Temples

    A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Sep 13, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... during the start of the New Year. If one’s house is large enough they should have small shrine’s in their home for daily prayer, but Kana said unfortunately, the younger generation don’t have shrines and are loosing their connection or understanding of the religion of their ancestors. There are obviously rituals that should happen when entering a shrine and temple, but many kids or young adults don’t know what to do and are oblivious ...

    Highlights of Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 29, 2013

    220 photos

    ... Fushimi-Inari, we got back on the Nara line and went one stop north to Tofuku and walked a bit to the Tofukuji Temple. This relatively quiet temple is typically off the main tourist trail, but in November it becomes one of Kyoto's most popular sites because -- you guessed it -- the changing leaves. Tofukuji didn't disappoint -- the display of fall foliage was amazing. We were there quite late in the day (around 4:30), so it was getting dark ...