Family Lodge Hatagoya Narahariten

Address: 2411-3 Tsugeshiraishi-cho, Nara, Nara, Kinki, 632-0221, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2411-3 Tsugeshiraishi-cho, Nara.
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    A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 19, 2015

    18 photos

    ... structures around it. I had some time so I wandered the pedestrian shopping district all these places seem to have. I had the most refreshing snack of fresh strawberries from the market to cool me down and give me an energy boost. That carried me back to the hostel to check in.
    I had toyed with the idea of going to a movie when Fred was traveling with me, but we never had time. With little to do in Nara in the evening, I asked the receptionist for directions to ...

    Day 7: Nara and Miwa

    A travel blog entry by millieandjames on Apr 11, 2015

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    WE DID: Train from Tokyo-Kyoto-Nara (Using JR Pass) - (Nara) Drinks by Sarusawa-ike. - Kofuku-ji (shrine and museum) -Todai-ji (shrine and museum) - (Miwa) Ryokan. WE LOVED: Millie getting too close to Japanese pigeons. (Bird poo is lucky right?!) Nervously experiencing an Onsen (at the Ryokan) for the first time. Theatrical baking of Green Tea ...

    Leaving India, Shinto, & Building a Bigger Buddha

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 03, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... shrines to pray or make an offering. There are tens of thousands of shrines here, and since almost anything can be a shrine worshipping at them is easy and available. Shinto practice connects the individual with his or her ancestors and with the gods, and is a part of many people’s experience. How regularly most people worship at shrines, or offer prayers asking for assistance from gods is not clear.

    Japanese Buddhism takes several ...

    Sacred Messengers

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 31, 2014

    20 photos

    ... the back of my neck. On my way to the first temple I find Bambi and all of his little friends. Anyone else craving venison?? Fortunately for them there will be no deer on the menu here. They are considered a sacred animal as prior to the arrival of Buddhism they were considered messengers of the gods. Mostly they are just another example of an over fed wild animal that spends their days harassing people. The park is filled with ...


    A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Mar 29, 2014

    I got to try the proper local breakfast which is sticky mass of soya beans thanks to my host. It didn't smell as bad as I've heard and was actually quite nice though I didn't partake of a huge amount. I checked out the Southern half of the ...

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