Hotel Tozankaku

Address: 431 Myohoinmaekawacho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 605-0932, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Gion Higashiyama/Kita Shirakawa/Kurama/Yase/Ohara area of Kyoto, is near Philosopher's Walk, Maruyama Park, Kyoto National Museum, and Shosei-en Garden.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    Kyoto culture

    A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on May 14, 2015

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    ... disappeared somewhere. We got there in the end but it wound Nicole up a bit and cost us far too much.

    On our final full day we woke up to sunny skies. Relieved, we headed to a park and shrine we'd missed from a previous trip before getting the train to Kurama. Situated in a mountainous forest there were several shrines, temples and relics. We climbed the path for a few kilometers stopping at the sights along the way. It felt really peaceful there. It was silent apart from the ...

    Kurama to Kibune and Fushimi-Inari

    A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on Mar 30, 2015

    46 photos

    ... The village of Kibune at the bottom of the track was very beautiful and focussed heavily around the river of the same name that runs through it.

    Whilst we were slightly too early, during the peak season the local restaurants build platforms a few inches above the river for tables so customers can enjoy the cooling effect of the river whilst they dine.

    The trail finished, we walked back down to ...

    Manga, Food & Icon's of Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Dec 15, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the internet and translated by fans. We then learned of different effects and expressions used by the artists for different effects and we saw different styles of drawings including hyper realistic and gag manga. Lastly we saw a display of all the different spinoffs of the industry including Anime, Magazines and fan art. After thoroughly combing through the room we left to check out the rest of the museum. In the hallway we past a huge phoenix (from a manga) fixed to the ...


    A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn on Jan 11, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... mansions/ castles for rich & powerful dudes, or Buddhist shrines. The 1st we visited is 'Kinkaku' or the Golden Pavilion. It is a beautiful estate with a 3 story gold-covered pavilion built in 1397, set in the middle of a small lake as it's key feature. The gardens and smaller developlments are just beautiful - trees and plants amid a 'lawn' of moss (no mowing!), with little bridges and winding footpaths all through. The ...

    A Rainy Day at the MOMAK

    A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 19, 2013

    8 photos

    ... just pictures. It was as if 75 years earlier, he had already mastered Instagram, that addictive application that rolled around and made us want to take pictures of our ravioli at lunch. Because of the pictorialist and modernist style with which he portrayed ordinary nude women, I was shocked to learn that his work was done in the early 20th century. This seemed to be very controversial subject matter, especially for such a conservative society where, to this ...