Hotel Ikoi

Address: 298 Kawaharajocho, Tenri, Nara Prefecture, Kinki, 632-0016, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 298 Kawaharajocho, Tenri.
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    Travel Blogs from Tenri

    It's not a hill it's a mountain

    A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 14, 2014

    ... needs some lessons and the whole thing is like a badly driven go cart which is hilarious. Every time he stops we fear for our lives. I'm only glad I'm not standing. When we get to the end the train man sings. I'm guessing that's the romantic part. I get off and straight back on and have a much better seat this time. I get off at the wrong stop. And have a hotdog. It's not such a bad move and I follow the signs to the bridge. I walk miles up hill, it's ...


    A travel blog entry by eihaslag on May 14, 2014

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    ... this trip.

    Our group then went to a Shinto Temple that was absolutely crowded with tourists and children. It was great to see the structures and learn about that culture. The streets were so crowded it was difficult to move. People were throwing in money to participate in the rituals.

    Come give us money and you can pray!

    After this we realized we were running out of ...

    Osaka to Kyoto - lets do the time warp again

    A travel blog entry by mrichar.7 on Nov 11, 2013

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    ... but with the generous support of our native hosts we were directed to our platform and bus number and issued with bus passes! we dove once more into the multi-lingual world of public transport.... we found our destination wearily with the aid of the dodgiest map in the world to our hotel set with the knowledge that check in was at 1600 it was currently 1145 and if we did not arrive before 1200 they would not allow us to leave our bags......we tottled ...


    A travel blog entry by oberlinyoboku on Jun 22, 2013


    ... Honden"), by far the biggest and most central location in Tenri. Like most visitors to the Honden, I wore my "Happi coat," a black Japanese-style waist-length robe with the words "Tenrikyo" written on the back. I consider myself an atheist and a humanist, eschewing any dogmatically-based or "supernatural" beliefs, preferring a worldview focused on human beings and their highest well-being in the real, material world. That beings said, like many humanists living in ...

    Warm Wandering in Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by sueanddale on Jun 12, 2013

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    ... the bell, and spoke to the owner to ask if we could go in. He came to the tiny little door (maybe 4 and a half feet tall) wearing his yukata(cotton robe) and said OK but to wait. After a few minutes he returned dressed in western clothes, took our money and followed us around as we gingerly worked our way down the tiny passage between the sets of armor. (Dozens of sets of full samurai armor crammed into a very small space, beautiful ...

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