Kimiidera Garden Hotel Hayashi

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

Koyasan

A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 18, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... gives way to lush green landscape, partly covered in snow. When you get to Gokurakubashi you have to change to a cable car and the cable car is one of the steepest that I have been in. It's a single track cable car which was really interesting as two cable cars operate on it - one goes and the other down at the same time, of course there has a a little bit of a two track section in the middle! The cable car journey was really good, as we ascend to mount Koya the ...

Tuesday April 5th

A travel blog entry by crofter on Apr 05, 2011

28 photos

... creatures, the fact that they didn't get excited because I had climbed over a little barrier to get better pictures, the way they shared their bread with Brian and allowed him to join in, their overall gentleness and tranquility. 10/10.

Second highlight was the Great Stupa Temple which was built to enshrine the Niu and Kariba gods as local deities (straight from the guide book). We had a look around inside, ...

So long and thanks for all the fish

A travel blog entry by pumptronics on May 11, 2010

2 comments, 15 photos

... us to the Naruto whirlpools where the meeting tides can't fit through the channel and create large (and not so large) whirlpools...famous in Japan of course.

One ...

"Ryokan on Koyasan"

A travel blog entry by swami_worldtrav on Oct 08, 2009

1 comment, 53 photos

... to the 6am Buddhist ceremony. A quick scan around revealed that we were the only "gaijin" (foreigners) in attendance. In fact, Buddhist ryokans are largely the destination of pilgrims along their trek. They travel from temple to temple filling a special foldout book with kanji and a special red stamp marking each stop along the way.

The hall was lavishly decorated with a Buddha and other figures, plus incense burners, lit candles, a gong, a big drum, intricate hanging things, a ...

Last few days...

A travel blog entry by jasonlew on Aug 02, 2007

69 photos

... upon arriving in Kyoto, is that everyone that we met spoke at least some English... and they weren't shy to use it either. Compared to our days spent in Tokyo... where we were hard pressed to find anyone who could speak any functional English at all... navigating Kyoto was much easier because of this factor. We had a few locations we wanted to see over the next 2 days, including some shrines and palaces. We were told by the visitor's centre that taking the bus would be ...

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