Hotel Cube

Address: 1122 Takabatakecho, Nara, Nara, Kinki, 630-8301, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1122 Takabatakecho, Nara, is near Nara Deer Park, Nara Park, Kasuga Grand Shrine, and Horyuji Temple.
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    A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 19, 2015

    18 photos

    ... and finding interesting opportunities for the students to practice with native speakers. I'm interested to talk with Corey to see if Korea does something similar.
    I followed the flow of students to the next destination, ****tsudo Hall. This particular temple was at the top of a bunch of stairs. By the time I got down, the heat and sore feet (from the thousands of steps a day I have been doing) got to me so instead of going in the next hall I just snapped a ...

    Leaving India, Shinto, & Building a Bigger Buddha

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 03, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... in Japan, and until the Meiji Restoration in 1868 it was common to find Shinto shrines right next to Buddhist shrines. The current physical separation between the religions came about primarily for administrative reasons having to do with the census, but for many Japanese their personal practices are a kind of hybrid of Shinto, Buddhist, and even other religious traditions. As Takeo said, “Most young people today are not religious,” a ...

    Sacred Messengers

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 31, 2014

    20 photos

    Keeping with the trend I'm in Nara to see guess what? That's right more temples but these ones are even more note worthy. Not only does Nara boast the world's oldest wooden structure it also has the world's largest wooden structure. Plus it's the first permanent capital of Japan although it only lasted for 75 years as the capital until the new capital was reestablished in Kyoto.

    As I get off the train I am greeted by ...

    Back in time...deery Land-Nara

    A travel blog entry by uwander on Apr 12, 2014

    7 photos

    ... deity known as 'the protector’. This shrine was considered the family deity of Japan's most powerful clan Fujiwara. The interior of the shrine with numerous bronze and wooden lanterns and the forest around this shrine was worth the walk!

    On the walk back towards Kintestsu station was hoped through the cluster of the UNESCO world heritage structures an eastern hall, an octagonal hall, a five storey pagoda and the National treasure museum all constituting ...

    Kyoto day 3: temples, temples and more temples

    A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... which the square opening is meant to represent, then the characters become 吾, 唯, 足, 知. This is read as "ware, tada taru (wo) shiru", which translates literally as "I only sufficiency know" (吾 = ware = I, 唯 = tada = merely, only, 足 = taru = be sufficient, suffice, ...