Hotel Pastel Kyoto

215-1 Sanmonji-cho, Sanjo-sagaru, Higashinotoin-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 604-8135 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 215-1 Sanmonji-cho, Sanjo-sagaru, Higashinotoin-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, is near Kyoto Imperial Palace, Nishiki Market, Pontocho, and Nishijin Textile Center.
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Travel Blogs from Kyoto

Shinkansen-train from Tokyo to Kyoto

A travel blog entry by sigersted on Jul 24, 2014

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... home from.

The centre of Kyoto is very easy to navigate because of the streets are parallel and at right angles; like many other newer cities.
Our hotel "Karasume Kyoto" is in the centre and very near one of the local subway stations. Our guides found out that it was cheaper and quicker for the group to take taxies to and from the main train-station.

On the first day we at going to see the ...

Temples, temples and more temples!!

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Apr 08, 2014

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... happy that we didn't do it. We all had a nice walk down getting. To know each other. When we made it back to the bottom it was about time that I caught the bus back to Osaka. I had a really good first day, but didn't want to ruin the day after by leaving Kyoto late which will make me tired for the following day. Once I was back at the hostel I bought a couple of ready meals next door from the hotel before going to bed. They ready meals were small portions but nice and cheap. ...

Arrive in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Mar 22, 2014

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... are fried and crispy just on the bottom and you dip them in a mix of soy sauce and vinegar. I love me some gyoza!

After lunch, we threw our bags in a coin locker and started to walk around the city. We found a temple (Kyoto has literally thousands of temples), and walked through the complex. To enter the temple, the tradition is to cleanse your hands in the designated fountain and remove your shoes. The complex was huge, and the main temple building ...

Kyoto, many many shrines and Gion

A travel blog entry by drclad on Jan 04, 2014

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... a toilet break and got to miss at least 10 minutes - Nat also enjoyed this part as she didn't have to listen to my constant moaning about how rubbish it was! Also when we say 'we' wanted to go and see it I don't think this was quite true!) After this, we were in the mood for some proper traditional Japanese dining which was perfect given we were in Gion. Heading down Hanamikoji Street, we came across a lovely restaurant where we sat at a bench watching the ...


A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Jul 31, 2013

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... in Toyko, then again when we exited in Kyoto! No need for a train conductor to come and check your tickets.
Kyoto is the cultural capital of Japan. It was once the capital of the empire before it was moved to Japan. Kyoto is still on the international scene due to the Kyoto Protocol, which was an international agreement aimed at reducing carbon emissisons made by developing and developed countries. The conference was held in Kyoto in 1997. When I ...