Kyoto Kiyomizu Hanakyoka

4-200 Shimizu, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 605-0862, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4-200 Shimizu, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, is near Kiyomizu Temple, Philosopher's Walk, Maruyama Park, and Gion Kaburenjo Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Kyoto

Nara and Torii Gates of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by picfisjapan14 on May 22, 2014

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... I learnt: Hannah - don't stand too close to deer - they might eat you. Ben - that toilets and rubbish trucks play music.

Things that amazed me: Hannah - all of the torii gates because there were so many of them and they were awesome. Ben - how big the wooden building was.

The funniest bit: Hannah - mum getting eaten alive by the deer. Ben - while mum was getting eaten alive by the deer, dad wasn't helping. He was just standing there videoing ...

Kyoto: kinkaku-ji and arashiyama

A travel blog entry by vanessaetyann on Mar 24, 2014

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... it is completely covered with golden leaves which is quite impressive when looking at it from far away. the lake and gardens surrounding the temple are large, spacious and as usual so well maintained that it is a great pleasure to walk around. The scenery is so peaceful that you could meditate. early morning is quite nice as you avoid the tourists groups.

From kinkaku-ji temple, we decided to walk to the next temple south: Ryoan-ji. The ...


A travel blog entry by pwong on Dec 30, 2013

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... was damn tasty.

The Japanese love aesthetically-pleasing things, and it's incredible how much effort the chefs put into our dinner tonight, with several of our dishes looking more like a great artist's painting, rather than simply a plate of food. Not a razor-thin slice of daikon was out of place, nor a piece of sashimi misaligned; at times, we almost felt bad for digging into our food, and wrecking these masterpieces.

One of the many things ...


A travel blog entry by rachcakes on Oct 09, 2013

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... and according to his will it became a Zen temple of the Rinzai sect after his death in 1408. Kinkakuji was the inspiration for the similarly named Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion), built by Yoshimitsu's grandson, Ashikaga Yoshimasa a few decades later. This temple is set in the hills and is absolutely beautiful. People flocked to it as well - we saw tons and tons of other tourists ...


A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993 on Aug 01, 2013

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... 12414;ずいで& #12377;よ! In such a homogenous country like Japan, foreigners, or gaijin, are few and far between. Unsurprisingly thought, this is not the case in Kyoto. The city is famous for its rich culture and wealth of temples, shrines and palaces, and so quite deservingly it normally appears top of every tourist's itinerary. Now i know following well beaten tourist tracks is never the best way to get an authentic ...