Kimiidera Garden Hotel Hayashi

Address: 673 Kimiidera, Wakayama, Wakayama, Kinki, 641-0012, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 673 Kimiidera, Wakayama.
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    Travel Blogs from Wakayama

    Day 15 Tanabe

    A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 27, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    Good morning pod-ers,

    Getting a bit slack as the end draws near and there's nothing impressive to photo graph : (

    Yesterday we had a relaxing morning, getting up late and picking up baked goods to eat breakfast at the beach. The tide was in so there wasn't any sand so not the most impressive beach but a nice walk none the less. We wandered about town for an hour or so but there wasn't much to do so ...

    The Tokyo experience

    A travel blog entry by bex22 on Aug 13, 2014

    2 photos

    ... the trains and went for a ride to the next stop and back and saw lots of different things. The next day I went to the National Art center and it was massive and it was mostly made out of glass, I saw amazing art and sculptures.The next morning I took the next flight to ...

    Blair's Buddhist Birthday on Mt. Koya

    A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Oct 03, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... the Buddhist temple we were staying in for the night. The whole process took about four hours and cost $53 each (round trip returning to Osaka).

    Mount Koya has been a place of pilgrimage since the monk Kobo Daishi was inspired to found the Shingon school of Buddhism amid its ancient cedars in the ninth century. First settled in 819, Mt. Kōya is primarily known as the world headquarters of the Shingon sect of Japanese Buddhism. Practitioners at Koyasan ...

    Mt. Koya & Trains

    A travel blog entry by enj09b on Jun 18, 2010

    51 photos

    Today was the first day of the conference, but tomorrow contains the plenary sessions (the big ones) and Sunday is the day I present, so today was Koyasan day. In an effort to avoid human rush hour in the subway, I left the hotel at about 9:30. My second train misadventure occurs here: again, I boarded a local train. Will I never learn? I switched to a semi-express (better than a local, not quite as good as an express) after several stops. Now here's the ...

    Koya-san: Temple Living with a Nice Price Tag

    A travel blog entry by mchao on Mar 28, 2009

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... were praying. Nearby is Toro-do, a hall filled with lanterns donated by Buddhists to commemorate Kukai's passing. I think the official number is over 16,000 and counting--they're mostly lit now by incandescent bulbs, likely to avoid fire hazards, but they must be an awesome sight at night.

    After a much needed warm bath--traditionally, you wash on a stool with buckets of warm water and then soak in a tub of hot water when clean, I had a glorious ...