Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto

Address: 1092-2 Hataedacho, Iwakura, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 606-8505, Japan | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Gion Higashiyama/Kita Shirakawa/Kurama/Yase/Ohara area of Kyoto, is near Shugakuin Imperial Villa, Kiyomizu-Zaka Street, Imperial Park, and Shisen-do Temple.
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      Travel Blogs from Kyoto

      Autumn perfection in Kyoto

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Nov 20, 2014

      121 photos

      ... sound crazy, but the Japanese have 10,000 characters. You have to learn 1,000 by the end of elementary school, and then 2,000 by the end of middle and high school. I would never be able to do all of that! (You would have to have a good memory if you wanted to get a good job). Now, I will tell you about the class I took with my dad.

      After driving for about 30 minutes, we arrived in the suburb area of Kyoto. We went into a person's house, and we got ...

      Cabin Camping then Kick Back Kyoto

      A travel blog entry by marybc on Jun 11, 2014

      28 photos

      ... they could find (from both cabins) and went at it. Meanwhile the adults are, in good camping tradition, cheerfully proclaiming "Kanpai" (cheers) as we clinked glasses and drank our beverage of choice.
      Beer is tasty and popular in Japan. When we first visited the country it was common to see more people drinking saki than beer. That seems to be changing. There are still large displays of saki in tetra packs at the grocery stores though. On this trip ...

      Getting lost in Japan

      A travel blog entry by maryza on May 28, 2014

      1 photo

      ... yet the bare necessities were all in there. This was the first time that I have ever seen a toilet with so many buttons and a high powered shower room.

      At 12 midnight, our stomachs were growling with starvation. Walking in the street of Shichijo Dori, we found a friendly and cheap resto name Nakau. The cold ramen was so oishi.

      Browsing the streets for desserts, we decided to go to the ever dependable 7-11. There were several good ...

      From Kanazawa to Kyoto

      A travel blog entry by anniebusch on Apr 14, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... pictures of food, and reasonable looking prices. So, in we went and though it was tiny, there was space for us sitting at the bar. The chef/waiter spoke some English, and explained that we could have an 8 course menu for about US$40. We agreed, and had the best meal of the holiday. He prepared the food just in front of us, and then explained what it was, and how to eat it. It was a great evening.


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      Day 2

      A travel blog entry by indie.dwyer on Jan 22, 2014

      ... t so inspired by this (apart from the exceptional level of clothing quality that most of the stores had), the very large arcade which we went to after the department store was one of my favourite experiences of Japan so far. This market (called 'Teramachi shopping arcade') puts any market you can find in Australia to shame. It consists of a very large walkway, lined by well-spaced and uncrowded stores (mostly clothing - there are so many clothes in Japan, it's no wonder they are ...