Hotel New Omi

1481 Takagai-cho, Omihachiman, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 523-8585, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Omihachiman

Highlights of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by balkans2009


... estate of Okochi Denjiro an actor famous for samurai films. The garden was indeed very nice, especially after climbing up some of the stairways which offered a great eastward view over the city of Kyoto. Part of the 1000 yen fee covered a spot of tea and a hard biscuit at the tea house. Definitely can pass on that and instead cut the fee down to 500 yen to enter.

The next stop was Jojakkoji Temple which provided a gorgeous display of ...

Kyoto without a Protocol

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever


... me out" from my phrase book. They chuckled and bowed. This trip has taught me the importance of patience. As a traveler, you have to be an observer. The action came in waves, and sometimes you need to give people the time to help you out. One of the women drew me a map, and I gestured that the café was three "Dori" away. Overall, hand gestures helped me out more than my phrase book.

Colori Caffé was unmistakable because of its vibrant, flowing rainbow flag ...

Hitchhiking Japan from North to South

A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden


... around in the city, and to be honest there ain't that much to see. Tokyo is the biggest metropolitan area in the world with over 30 million residents, but it feels like nothing more than a huge business city. At any time of the day, day and night, there are people walking around in business suits going to the office. In the metro they either sleep or continue working on their smart phones. The metros are absolutely quiet ...

Cultural Kyoto

A travel blog entry by liamri


... us. It was very sweet. We then went to a video arcade, where I tried the Panchinko/Slot Machine style games, for funsies, not for gambling. Mental, mental machines. They play more like a video game than a poker machine, with a lot of animations and a basic storyline. It's really quite strange, and obviously we could understand very little of it, but I can see why the Japanese go nuts for them.

Woke up on Saturday morning to a beautiful sight, it was snowing. ...

Torii Tales

A travel blog entry by parleusted


... in hand. To sample several of Kyoto's important sights, we explored the Southern Higashiyama neighborhood, following a walking route that takes you past many of the must-see sights including Koimazu-dera, one of the famous landmarks of the city.

The temple is up on a hill and one of the approaches is a charming street lined with old wooden houses, traditional shops, teahouses and restaurants catering to the faithful and ...


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