Hotel New Mifuku

Address: 3-59 Ayano Minakuchicho, Koka, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 528-0033, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-59 Ayano Minakuchicho, Koka.
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Travel Blogs from Koka

Kyoto and Iga-Ueno

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Oct 31, 2014

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... a museum displaying interesting tools used by ninjas in espionage such as throwing stars, tools for crossing swampy terrain and lock picks to name but a few. Finally the most interesting part of the museum was the ninja display where they displayed disarming techniques, threw incredibly accurate throwing stars and demonstrated katana sword fighting. I even got a chance to throw a few of the throwing stars although I think my ninja skills need a bit of polishing up ...

Began with an earthquake...

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 06, 2014

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1:22 am. That is the time I awoke to have the whole room shaking around me. It only took me a second in my sleepy state to realize that it was an earthquake. Since we did not have Internet in our rooms, I had no idea how strong it was and lie awake for a bit waiting for aftershocks. Supposedly there was one two hours later but it was too small to be felt. When I did get up, the first thing I did was go to the lobby and look up the earthquake online. It ...

Kyoto: Fushimi Inari and Arashiyama

A travel blog entry by drclad on Jan 05, 2014

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... that went on for some time up a mountain.They were pretty cool, and we all shuffled through up lots of steps. Along the way were little breaks in the corridor where you could step off into little platforms where you'd find stone foxes wearing those little bibs, and lots more orange archways dotted to the sides. The foxes apparently represent the Gods. There were also, we think, a lot of tombs with incense sticks burning out of little buckets and, again, ...

Nara and Fushimi

A travel blog entry by nangarner on Oct 20, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... 000 people. Nara was the original capital of Japan. From 710 to 784. During this period the national government was consolidated and Nara had great prosperity, and was the source of Japanese culture. The city's Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines and the excavated remains of the great Imperial Palace – provide a picture of life in the Japanese capital in the 8th century.

We visited two UNESCO World Heritage ...

Culture in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by oliehuntersmart on Jul 14, 2013

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... certain items and temples as I've mentioned but it was also very good at thunder storms. After two very hot days here, we experienced our first while wandering through the covered market. Not long after we found ourselves in McDonald's taking shelter. Lightening forks flying down like daggers above the street were visible from the windows, while the loud booms of thunder shook us to the bone. And there was no sign of it stopping any ...

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