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

All the walking

A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 08, 2015

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... a large one at the end which we checked out too. Then we wandered through Marayama park, which had what Tim described as the Japanese equivalent of the Melbourne show going on. Basically it was lots of food stalls and eating areas, I assume for people viewing the blossoms, but because the weather was so bad there were very few people sitting around. I did try my first cherry blossom ice cream though, which was pretty tasty. I'm pretty sure I've put on ...

Day 10 and 11 of my Lovely Japanese Adventure

A travel blog entry by isabellawhite on Nov 04, 2014

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We are staying in a lovely traditional Japanese house where there are tatami mats and seats without legs and lots of sliding doors plus me and Oli get to sleep on the mats! Today on day 10 of my Japanese adventure we are at Heian shrine. There were lots of people in traditional dress because it was a public holiday (the day of culture). The children looked lovely. Next we had lunch in a market place where people from places around the world had come to share their food because it ...

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 ...

Nara and Torii Gates of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by picfisjapan14 on May 22, 2014

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... to eat.
We then went to see the biggest wooden structures in the world - it was called Todai-ji's Daibutsu-den. Before you got there you had to walk through the gate, which had two huge wooden statues. The shrine was awesome. Inside the shrine was one HUGE bronze and gold buddha, with two smaller ones at the side. Around the back was some columns, and one had a hole through it the size of the big buddha's nostril. They said that if you could squeeze through ...

Kyoto day 3: temples, temples and more temples

A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 08, 2014

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... stone water basin, with water continually flowing for ritual purification. This is the Ryōan-ji tsukubai (蹲踞), which translates literally as "crouch;" because of the low height of the basin, the user must bend over to use it, in a sign of reverence and humility. The kanji written on the surface of ...

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