Hotel Gimmond Kyoto

Address: 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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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    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"...

    Stone the crow

    A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan on Aug 13, 2012

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    ... hotel it had just stopped raining, but the temperature was down. Within the 15 mins it took us to get to the grounds of the Palace the humidity had kicked in and it was SWELTERING! We walked straight into the offices we had to report to, presented our print out and passports (very official) and headed to the main gate to await a second check before being shown to the waiting room...! Walking into the grounds was impressive. The buildings ...


    A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 25, 2012

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    ... streets and we were left to imagine what this small entertainment area would have been like a hundred years ago.

    We were particularly drawn to a small area called Ponto Cho which was situated next to a stream that ran through Gion. In 1792 lots of Inns and teahouses had been built here and Ponto Cho had been one of the most prosperous quarters of Kyoto.

    The exact origin of the name Ponto cho was unknown but it was thought ...