Keihanna Plaza Hotel

1-7 Hikaridai, Seika-cho, Soraku-gun, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 619-0237, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-7 Hikaridai, Seika-cho, is near Nara Park, Nara Deer Park, Horyuji Temple, and Wakakusa Hill.
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Travel Blogs from Seika-cho

Produce a vogue situation for the cellular phone

A travel blog entry by beef3drake on Sep 10, 2014

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No rest for the wicked...

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Apr 25, 2014

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... replicas of their dishes in the windows so you can see what you'll get. You just point at it and they make it for you.
At this time I already got really confused between the different languages, just managed to squeeze out a few friendly words in Korean once in a while and now we are in Japan and I have to try to remember the small words here. They must be wondering why this German guy from Ireland is speaking to them in Korean while being in ...

Kyoto, what a great city

A travel blog entry by remiroquai on Sep 14, 2013

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... sting. Like someone driving a nail through your hand. I suppose that I am immune. Yay, I have a superpower.
After the Silver Pavillion we had lunch at one of the most popular Ramen joints in Kyoto and had great ramen. Mine was a seasonal Ramen soup with Pike Eel and some kind of mushrooms. After lunch we set off along the Wise Mans path. A charming path between the Pavillion and a great temple. One of the oldest and most important temples even. ...

A Rainy Day at the MOMAK

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

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... what I had seen after returning to the monotony of the States. Only one wing was open, so I went through for a second run to soak in all of the stimulating colors of the landscape paintings and the textures of the scrolls that framed them. The museums here are smaller than, say, the MET in NYC, which allows you to enjoy the quality more than the quantity of the artwork.

I returned my pencil to the security guard and said thank you to the front ...

Temples are in plentiful supply in Kyoyo

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 08, 2013

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... ring the bell, make a wish, and clap their hands in front of one or more of several altars. This is a nice little earner for the temple or shrine, but it also helps to underscore the continued popularity of religion in the East. While Christianity is in decline in the developed world because it is struggling to find a real purpose, the Asian religions continue because they remain relevant to the everyday life of ...