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

Time flies when you're having fun

A travel blog entry by eminternational on Oct 17, 2014

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Hey everybody!
Sorry I haven't written on this in a while...
How crazy is it that I have been here for 4 and a half months! Time is FLYING.
So, last week I moved out of my second host family, who I stayed with for 2 months, and have moved to a new host family who live in Wakayama. I go to school by bike and then a train so I have to wake up early. They are very nice and I ...

Mt. Koya

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

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... from the local bakery at 8am.
Our guide and driver met us at 9am, and we were off to another adventure this morning, headed out through Osaka prefecture and into the Kii peninsula to the sacred site of Mt. Koya. This is where an esoteric sect of Buddhism (there are 13 buddhist sects in Japan) called Shingon was founded over 1,200 years ago by a monk named Kukai. Today, it is a very holy site in Japan, that is visited by thousands ...

Monking around

A travel blog entry by stemaxc on Aug 09, 2011

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... pick up upon the passion with which they spoke.

As soon as the service was disbanded it was time for breakfast - another feast with lots of tofu, rice, soups and fruits. Again all washed down with green tea. I decided to keep the peach for a mid morning snack as my appetite was not at its greatest at 7.15am. Once I had done eating I packed up my stuff and left it in the lobby. I was heading to the famous Oku-No-In cemetery-temple located in a cedar forest just ...

Monked

A travel blog entry by alexbclark on Jan 12, 2010

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... distance, just faintly though.

i guess it would be helpful to explain the importance of koyasan to the buddhist religion... but i don't know it that well... what i do know is that the founder of a certain style of buddhism started the first temple grounds here and he was also buried here... at which their is big shrine for him.... and a gigantic forest graveyard leading up to his burial spot. koyasan is a very prestigious place to be buried and has been for a ...

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 ...