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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Mt. Koya

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 02, 2014

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... was the last stop on our tour today.
Mt. Koya is a 2 1/2 hour drive from Kyoto, and is at nearly 3,000 feet of elevation, so the last hour is up a relatively narrow, winding road to the first huge gate, called the Daimon gate. This was the entrance to the entire Koyasan area, which is where all pilgrims used to enter when they hiked here, before roads were built to provide access here. It is a beautiful wooden structure, reminiscent of the ...

City girl goin' farmer

A travel blog entry by dzamore on Jul 12, 2012

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... were smiling, engaged and involved in the lessons instead of rote listening, note taking and repetition like in Obu. I have to say, it was a refreshing change of pace.

After the tour, we sat in the computer room with the teachers from the school and had a discussion about teaching in their school and in the US. We were able to ask questions and get a feel for how education works in Japan. Teachers in Japan are licensed in a ...

Off to Koyasan!

A travel blog entry by crofter on Apr 04, 2011

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... It made me wonder if face masks could be a status symbol. I know people wear them if they feel unwell or presumably as protection, but does the quality of the mask indicate how much you can afford to spend on a mask? So many people wear them, although more in Tokyo than here. And of course I wonder about the research behind the practise. Surely they only form an effective barrier for a short period, about 30 minutes for even the really good ones?

We haven't ...

Living the ancient Japanese way

A travel blog entry by fxdacat on Nov 10, 2009

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... I guess if you got money, you too can be buried with your ancestors. There were also lots of small statues with bibs or clothing which I later found were used to honor babies who have passed on. It was drizzling a bit and at times the rain was sprinkling. The steps in the cemetery were a bit treacherous. One old man actually slipped and fell but he was alright.

It was getting close to 4:30 and we had to ...

Last few days...

A travel blog entry by jasonlew on Aug 02, 2007

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... 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 ...