Hotel Kaito

Address: 1-6 Nakoji Imazucho, Takashima, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 520-1631, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-6 Nakoji Imazucho, Takashima.
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Travel Blogs from Takashima

The old Imperial Capital of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Oct 01, 2014

10 photos

... Japanese students all wear uniforms. When on field trips, they also always seem to wear these silly sailor hats with elastic under the chin. Sometime white, or sometimes a bight color like yellow. I’m not sure if perhaps it helps the teachers keep track of them? But, especially with the little girls, it looks like something out of a Madeline cartoon).

After the Pavilion, I visited a few more shrines ...

It's not a hill it's a mountain

A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 14, 2014

... I find out there was a quicker way but it doesn't matter. It comes out next to the river, it's boiling. I sit for a bit and have a coke from a magic vending machines. I wonder how I will love without vending machines. The bridge isn't far and I want to go to the monkey place. The sign warns me that it's hot. Thank you, and I should take a drink with me. It seems I have to walk 1k to the monkey park, the girl hands me a fan and tells me "good luck" I ...

A World Treasure

A travel blog entry by travelwriter723 on Jan 19, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

... important.

First, is the mystical and perhaps religious Mount Fuji and then the Golden Temple.

The Temple dates to 1397 which the Third Shogun of the Muromachi period acquired the site from a local statesman. He then built a villa on the ground and when died, the site, according to his will, was converted to a temple. The Buddhist hall is said to contain the relics of Buddha.

The structure sits back amid a small lake, running ...

Faster Than A Speeding Bullet (Japan)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 27, 2013

2 comments, 34 photos

... amount. The bills start at Y1000, which is $10. Everything under $10 comes in coins. You have a Y500 yen coin, Y100, Y50, Y10, Y05, and Y01. I had a hard time reaching for coins when something cost $5 or $1. I instinctively went for the paper money, but, not finding them, I just used the smallest bill in yen that I had, which would be $10 at the least. This caused me to end up collecting a heavy pocket full of coins. The Japanese people are ...


A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Jul 31, 2013

256 photos

... way out of our budget. We enjoyed a casual walk back to our hostel before a nightcap of sake before bed.

The next day we began exploring the infamous shrines and temples of Kyoto; all remnants of Japan's history as the Land of the Rising Sun. 17 of the temples are UNESO world heritage sites. Most of the temples are Buddhist or Shinto, a religion indigenous to Japan. Luckily, Kyoto has a one-day bus pass for 500 yen that made it very easy to get around ...