Village Kyoto

Address: 5 Mibu-Bojo-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 604-8804 , Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5 Mibu-Bojo-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, is near Nishiki Market, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Pontocho, and Nishijin Textile Center.
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      Kyoto day 3: temples, temples and more temples

      A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 08, 2014

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      ... in Japan (if not the whole world): Kinkaku-ji a.k.a. "Temple of the Golden Pavilion" (the building is literally covered in gold). The pavilion is a majestic presence, reflecting the sun with its shiny symmetrical walls and being reflected in the surrounding pond. As expected, the temple grounds were incredibly crowded, ...

      Arashiyama under sun and rain

      A travel blog entry by beoms on Apr 04, 2014

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      ... a food market there. It is kind of ‘for tourist’ but you can sample lots of different pickled vegetable, seasoned fish, biscuits and so on. The arcade also has manga stores, music stores and a cinema. I walked into the cinema, at the beginning I was just planning to use the bathroom but I ended up looking what was showing and the poster for what was coming out. Rurouni Kenshi part 2 will be out August 8th. I wonder if they will be showing it ...

      Day 19 - Shopping, tori's and Katsukura

      A travel blog entry by apat on Feb 02, 2014

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      ... were the same crepes as we had yesterday at the street leading to Kiyomizu temple. They weren't quite as big today, but they were every bit as sickly sweet, and damn good.

      We returned back to the apartment at around 3pm, with all intentions of having a rest, and going out for dinner later. That didn't last long when we realised that we wanted to climb Fushimi Inari shrine, as well as look at Kinkakuji, and were planning on doing ...

      The Thousands of Gates (Japan)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 29, 2013

      101 photos

      ... shrines along the way. Not everyone does the entire hike. You are free to turn around and go back at any point.

      While hiking along the trail I come to a lot of small shrines. These have miniature tori gates that were donated by people with smaller budgets. Many of the Japanese hikers stop at these to light incense and pay respect.

      Outside the entrance to each shrine, there is a well with water flowing out and some dippers. ...

      Mt. Hiei and Biwa lake

      A travel blog entry by mrduby on Aug 27, 2013

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      ... After my Japanese reached level 3, I'll try to practice more with local people. But unlike Americans, I guess Japanese are not so open to foreigners?! They'll get used to seeing foreigners, and if I use Japanese language, it should be okay to have conversations with them. Using English was quite difficult. Most would simply refuse, saying I don't speak Eng.