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

    Memoirs of a geisha

    A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 12, 2014

    1 comment

    ... and layers of undergarments all pulled together by rope. I get to look. I look like a drag queen. I get talking to the other girl an she's dressing up as what essentially a high class hooker. I wonder if her mum knew. Maybe I should have gone with that one! We have our photos taken and I am put into the strangest of portions. I try to emulate Tara and smize but I just end up looking deranged. I will never again think that models have ...

    Learning to Write

    A travel blog entry by anniebusch on Apr 15, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... get up.

    Our last visit of the day was to a Sake museum, where we were shown how sake used to be made, and more interestingly what it tastes like. Our guide then bought us all a little bottle of sake to take home with us. A nice gesture.

    Once back at the hotel a group of us went swimming, the hotel has a 20 metre pool, but just 1m10 deep - a couple of Japanese men just walked up and down. I think I read somewhere that many Japanese can't swim.

    Kyoto, many many shrines and Gion

    A travel blog entry by drclad on Jan 04, 2014

    49 photos

    ... with elaborate ceiling painting, but is was only painted 10 or so years ago. We had to take our shoes off to wander round but we could pop on some fetching little red slip ons to head across an outside path to the main temple, which Dave made a meal of walking in as they were about 5 sizes too small. Next we walked through Gion; Geisha town. This was like stepping back in time with all old-style houses, all sliding doors, bamboo shutters, no street lights ...


    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 ...

    Mochi, Eagles, and The Philosopher's Path

    A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 17, 2013

    15 photos

    ... in French or "provecho" in Spanish. It took me a couple of days to remember this saying, but I learned it by the last day.

    As I got to know Yossy, we talked about the differences between Kyoto and Osaka (the neighboring coastal city). When describing cities, it's helpful to personify them. If Kyoto were a girl on a Saturday, she would be content shuffling through the streets with her best friend, both of them giggling at each other's flip flops and Kimonos. She would go ...

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