Hotel Shinto

Address: 3-8 Saso Shimmachi, Fukuchiyama, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 620-0055, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 3-8 Saso Shimmachi, Fukuchiyama.
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    Travel Blogs from Fukuchiyama

    Day 11 - Still Bath time in Kinosaki!

    A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 07, 2015

    11 photos

    ... of with rice, pickles and miso. It was quite the feast! We took an hour or so after dinner before heading out for our next bath. It wasn't as good as the place we had been to earlier in the day, with only 1 small inside bath and a small two person tub outside. It was however, still a very nice end to the day, particularly as our walk back took us along the stream that was lined with cherry blossoms that were lit from below and were guiding us ...

    Dec 26th

    A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

    28 photos

    ... and take-away foods. Peter claims he was moved to tears by how the Japanese expressed themselves through food -- I think it was more the fact that we were too stuffed from breakfast to sample all the items we kept oggling over...we spent a good 2 hours slowly winding our way through Nishiki. These are only a few of the shots... Towards the end, we did manage to squeeze in a fishcake 'lollipop' with vegetables ...

    Takayama-Hida

    A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... rooms over which they cooked. The ceilings became very black from the smoke over time. The rooms in Japan are measured by tatami mats (6x 3 feet) which are rush mats woven from reeds. Since this banker was very rich, there was a very large room for a Buddhist alter. The best rooms always faced the garden. The windows were made from paper-shogi and the sliding doors from thick paper called fasuma. We saw hand warmer boxes in each room. There was a custom until 200 years ...

    Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

    A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

    4 photos

    ... had been inserted started rotting away and the patients died. The author of Barefoot Gen talked about how he went to collect the remains of his mother.... only to realise that there weren't any, radiation chemicals had eaten away her bones. There were a series of VIPs at the Peace ceremony, including addresses from the Prime Minister of Japan, the Governor of Hiroshima and the Secretary General of the United Nations. At the time, I ...

    What I Came Here For

    A travel blog entry by andskye on May 17, 2007

    9 photos

    Many a time I have been asked by many a student' "So, why did you choose to come to Japan?". The conversation that follows almost alway goes something like this: ME: I came to Japan because I am interested in the culture. I like Japanese theatre. STUDENT: Oh, Japanese TV drama! ME: No. Theatre. Plays. STUDENT: Plays? ME: Yes plays. You know, plays on a stage. STUDENT: Oh! Like 'Cats'. ME: Not exactly. Japanese plays. Like Noh ...