Hotel Station Kyoto

Address: 260 Ameyacho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 600-8148, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kyoto Station area of Kyoto, is near Sanjusangendo Hall (Rengeo-in), Kyoto National Museum, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, and Shosei-en Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Kyoto

    Temples Galore in Kyoto!

    A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Apr 20, 2015

    78 photos

    ... had large murals inside, depicting dragons, gardens and animals. In Kyoto we saw a lot of beautiful pagodas, temples and parks. It truly was amazing to visit the plethora of holy places. We made sure to see the most popular temples, but we made a special effort to visit ones that were unfrequented by tourists and out of the way. We found that our best experiences were at lonely temples with peaceful grounds, as we truly got to see the temples as they were meant to be seen.

    I Think I'm In Love With Kyoto.

    A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 01, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... to find love have to start at one of the stones, close their eyes, and then walk blindly towards the love stone. If they touch the love stone, they will find true love. If they get someone to lead them to the love stone (and ensure they don't miss it) then they will need help finding love. If they miss it all together, not only will they not find true love, I noted that they would also go crashing head first down the flight ...

    Kyoto and Nara

    A travel blog entry by mjgoodie on Nov 11, 2014

    22 photos

    ... up a hill and stairs surrounded by these old stone lanterns that they put new paper on. Apparently only two times a year these lanterns are lit. Wishes are up on paper and then put on the lanterns. In the old days the rich people would donate the lanterns but know they donate to have their wishes on the lanterns. By this time I was utterly exhausted and hopped up on cold medication and I was just wishing for my bed. I had an hour and half ...

    Shrines, Temples and Ramen

    A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... It was probably one of the most impressive temple gardens so far, but even the gardens were all starting to look pretty much the same. Japan has just come out of summer transitioning into autumn, so most gardens were strictly green (sometimes with a tiny bit of red) with the same plants, ponds and lanterns. They are incredibly well kept but to be honest, they all look pretty similar. In more colourful times of the year perhaps there is more ...

    Aussie girls don't wash

    A travel blog entry by benandmartin on Mar 13, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... Inari-taisha, commonly known as the 1000 torii gates, where I waited an age for all the damn tourists to pass so I could get the perfect photo; looking at yet more tourists in the Sagano Bamboo Forest and, saving the best for last, we trekked a mountain thirty minutes outside the city where, on the way down, a chap passed us sporting a three piece suit and briefcase! The japanese won't settle for anything less than fine Gucci threads even when on outdoor ...