Hotel Gimmond Kyoto

Takakura-Oike-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 604-8015, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Takakura-Oike-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, is near Nishiki Market, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Pontocho, and Takashimaya.
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    Travel Blogs from Kyoto

    Days 26 - 29: Kyoto, Osaka & Kobe - cultured

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Jun 05, 2013

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    "Useful fact on the Japanese railway system #724: They go on time, to the second and reserved seating is never wrong. So, when we boarded a bullet train four minutes early and someone was in our seat, we realised it was the wrong train... The lady sitting in our seat managed to convey in her only known two English words... "off - next"...

    Shinkansen (Bullet Train)

    A travel blog entry by hugeinjapan on May 06, 2011

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    ... blog. I've never seen anything like it in my life.

    The train ride to Kyoto was really smooth. We practically glided over the tracks without so much as a bump. I believe the train ride was about 2 hours. Best train ride ever! So much leg room! Even for me! Something I'll never forget.

    In Kyoto, I asked a lady holding a sign outside of a store where our hostel was. Addresses in Kyoto (pretty ...

    Tori Gates and big wooden buildings

    A travel blog entry by geeijo on Jan 06, 2011

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    ... tried to visit some earlier in the trip but they seemed to be avoiding us – being closed or not serving Yakitori anymore! They are also generally fairly small places where you sit along the bench and watch into the kitchen area. Actually finding restaurants is one of the more challenging components to our travel – not being able to read Japanese characters you don’t know if a place is a restaurant (esp where they are on the ...