Hotel Royal Hill Fukuchiyama

Address: 176 Aza Haze Koazasawaiyama, Fukuchiyama, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 620-0857, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 176 Aza Haze Koazasawaiyama, Fukuchiyama.
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      A Soapy Tale

      A travel blog entry by jill-cam on Feb 04, 2008

      8 comments, 1 photo

      ... was really hot which helped me thaw out quickly. I did my best to copy what I was seeing. You had to wet yourself, then turn off the water. Get yourself all soapy...and don't be shy about scrubbing everywhere by the way. You could rinse off, and squeeze a few pimples using your mirror, shave your legs and armpits, or wash your hair. Once your felt truly clean, you got to jump in a selection of really really really hot spa-type baths, which ...

      Dec 26th

      A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

      28 photos

      ... while I had the salmon. After the adventure in Nishiki, we stopped for our daily lattes at a branch of the Daimaryu department store, then headed south to Shoji-dori, which parallels Nishiki. Shoji-dori is one of the main shopping drags in Kyoto, and in the middle of the week, the day after Christmas -- it was packed. We were heading east until we hit Takashimaya - one of Japan's most well-known department stores (sort ...


      A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... the nobility would dye their teeth black. They would boil iron with vinegar, sake, or alcohol, then paint their teeth. We saw a bankers' counting table, paraphernalia for dying teeth, gold, silver, and copper coins, and combs and hair ornaments used by the women. In the west, most of the houses had thatched roofs made from yew bark. They used to make clothing out of hemp, flexible bark, and vines. The mulberry tree was also used for clothing, but silk was only allowed ...

      Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

      A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

      4 photos

      ... had happened. Meeting Keiko Ogura, an Atomic Bomb Survivor and Founder of Hiroshima Interpreter's for Peace (my recollection of the talk, it is not recorded fact and I am going to send this to Keiko for comment after I have finished). Keiko Ogura is one of a now relatively few small number of hibakusha - the Japanese term for an atomic bomb survivor. She is petit, perhaps around the five foot mark, with jet black hair, low cheekbones ...

      What I Came Here For

      A travel blog entry by andskye on May 17, 2007

      9 photos

      ... on stage after some time and took about twenty minutes to say a few words and move to the corner of the stage and sit down. Then the ***** (principal actor) arrived in all of his masked glory. His kimono was huge and elaborate and his movements were very slight and precise. He was a sight to behold and it was hard to grasp the fact that every one of his foot and fan movements was choreographed. It would have been so easy ...

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