Hotel Daito

Address: 16-26 Enoki-cho, Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 564-0053, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Esaka Station area of Suita, is near Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Nishinomaru garden, Hep Five Ferris Wheel, and Minoh Park (Mino Koen).
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Travel Blogs from Suita

Ninjas, Samurai and Endings

A travel blog entry by mackenziestrips on Jul 12, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... tour farewell dinner. It was in a basement and painted all black which made it all very dark and mysterious. We had a fun time and said goodbye to each other as we were all leaving the next day at different times. All in all it was a very good tour and we all got on so well together. Saori our guide was wonderful and made it all so interesting and fun.
Hi, Kenzie here. We had a great time on the tour and everyone actually turned out great (you never ...

Kyoto saké, 1000 tori gates, and laundry

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Apr 16, 2015


... dried sardines, tofu, rice patties, and plenty more that turned her stomach not in a good way. She exclaimed "when we get out of here I want pizza". Our driver delivered us to Kyoto where we met our guide. She (Maki) was the same guide we had for our Kyoto city tour three days ago. Also on this tour were the 2 Aussie guys from the previous tour and a new person, an Aussie young lady. It was nice only having 5 on this tour. We proceeded by train to the Gekkeikan Okura ...

Hiroshima and miyajima

A travel blog entry by mjhalls on Dec 28, 2014

... comfortable chairs. This time we had to swap trains at Kobe where we had 15 minutes or so to spare. Laura and I popped into a little kiosk and I managed to find some peanuts and Laura bought the most amazing chocolate bar. We had chocolate and peanuts what a combination. Arriving back in Kyoto train station and considering this is a Sunday night there were people everywhere. It was lightly raining so we had to zipper up for the walk back to our ...

Temples and Shrines of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by livingmydreams on Jun 29, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... temple. The goal of zen is to be enlightened, work hard for people, live a simple life, and worshippers must meditate. Meditation is only way to be enlightened. Samurai accepted Zen Buddhism because they had to be mentally ready for war and led a simple life. The temple is gold plated, not solid. Shinto shrines have no statue. A Buddhist temple has many statues. There are two meanings for Buddha. First, Buddha means the historical buddha, prince of a small country in ...


A travel blog entry by michael.sandi on Apr 21, 2014

26 photos

... We did half of it because there was a lot on the itinerary for the day. Then we took the train to Arashiyama which a beautiful district in the mountains about 15 minutes by train from Kyoto. There was a lovely river (Oi River) and the famous Togetsukyo (Moon Crossing) Bridge. This place is meant to have some of the best viewings of the famous cherry blossoms "sakura" but we were a bit too late in the season on this one.

There were many shops and little eateries ...