Hotel Lake Villa

1 Shigarakicho Tarao , Koka, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 529-1821, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Shigarakicho Tarao , Koka.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lake Villa Koka

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Koka

Kyoto!!! Brief introduction !

A travel blog entry by marstravel on Jul 03, 2014

... lost sometimes but quickly learnt landmarks one of them of course being a can coffee machine ! I am going to write about each day I think ! But as I say I'm in love with this city and quiet often just saying wow or I'm lost for words to describe the beauty ! You may think I'm a bit over the top but unless you have been here you wouldn't quite ...

Day four

A travel blog entry by jzanin on Jan 11, 2014

... to ensure prosperity in business” Excerpt From: Planet, Lonely. “Japan Travel Guide.” Lonely Planet Pty, Ltd. iBooks. This material may be protected by copyright. We also managed to get to Kinkakuji temple ( Golden Pavilion ) in time before closing. Finally the day was completed by visiting Gion Corner where we watched a traditional tea ceremony, kimono wearing, geisha dance and traditional instrument ...

Imari, Arita en Karatsu

A travel blog entry by annsan on Jul 26, 2013

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... a recontruction of Zwinger Palace in Dresden, which houses a large pottery museum, there is a playground, a restaurant, a pottery outlet, and a large souvenir shop where locals can also sell their produce. We buy some candied ginger for my sore throat and check out the pottery outlet. Not all that special, Emile buys a porcelain bell like the ones we see hanging everywhere in this area. ...

Last taste of Japan

A travel blog entry by henribastien on Jun 14, 2013

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C) They sometime put the faucet right on top on the tank. So you can clean your hand with the water filling the tank. Simply genius


Their biggest coin is 500 yens equivalent to roughly 5 US dollars. That’s 20 times bigger than the biggest American coin (ok I am NOT including the 50 cents or the one dollar, nobody uses them so they don’t count). It feels odd though, before you know it you have 30$ worth of change in your pocket (true ...

The Extreme Joys of Visiting a Safe Country

A travel blog entry by ardychan on Mar 31, 2013

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... have fallen out of my pocket in the taxi. Later, back at the hotel, Jenny called the cell phone and the Taxi Driver picked up the phone! We needed a translator and fast! Jenny and I raced downstairs to the second branch of the hotel (a block away) and thankfully found a staff member who could help us. They will return the phone to us tomorrow! Sadly, this would NEVER happen in the U.S. Such a ...

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