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

        Kukai, Koya, and a 5-Star Buddhist Monastery

        A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 05, 2015

        2 comments, 11 photos

        ... We experienced two Buddhist ceremonies in truly exquisite settings our morning on Mt. Koya. The first was the morning service, an extensive experience of chanting and prayer. The second was the fire ceremony, a highly choreographed process of creating and burning a sacred blaze in a dedicated brazier in another elegant temple. It appeared to my untrained eye to be much like a smaller but still elaborate and more controlled version of the Hindu Agni fire ceremony ...

        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 ...

        You can't always get what you want...

        A travel blog entry by nicole.duncan on Aug 25, 2013

        22 photos

        ... cats. I could have spent hours if not days photographing the Okunoin cemetery. The variety of memorial stones set in a deep old growth forest were truly unique. The small shrines in the base of trees were especially interesting, especially those that had been there so long the stones were being engulfed in tree roots. The rain became heavier and we made a break for the bus. Rather oddly, Peter and I then chose to get off the bus and walk home in the driving rain so we could stop ...


        A travel blog entry by mikedude on Sep 03, 2009

        ... few semi-modern suburban buildings, and the occasional temple. It was small indeed. But this is what I was after. I wanted to go off the mainstream path. I wanted to make my own path. Since returning to Melbourne, I haven’t met a single person who has been to Koyasan.

        From the main rd, I walked through a line of trees, and arrived in Okunoin cemetery. However, I was famished, so I quested for food. I was in a hurry, so I went to a shop and found a banana and a smiley ...

        In Search of our Inner Buddha

        A travel blog entry by emmaandpaul on Mar 28, 2009

        2 comments, 17 photos

        ... clothing must be removed before entering, and is placed in a designated basket. As you walk in, there is a large wooden tub filled with hot water for soaking only. Which is also covered by thick wooden sheets to keep the temperature constant when not in use. To the side of the tub, were three minature stools and buckets. You would take one of these and sit in front of a tap and shower head, that could have been no more than 40cm from the ...