Laforet Biwako

Address: 2876 Imahamacho Jukkenya, Moriyama, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 524-0101, Japan | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Moriyama

    Kyoto to Mt. Koya

    A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 26, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... are huge in girth. Before lunch we spent over an hour going through Japan's largest cemetery, set in an ancient cedar forest. They really have no idea how many people are interred there, but guess around 300,000. It goes on for over a mile, with monuments spaced very close together, and in some cases, on top of each other ... thus the uncertain count. It dates back 1200 years. At the Gokusho Offering Hall which lies near a row of statues depicting Jizo, who looks after ...

    Tour Kanazawa then back to Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by howardstein on Apr 20, 2015

    ... and 'TFTD'; the new feature, to be used only as needed, is called 'LOL'. LOL The bathroom in Kanazawa was so small that ...(the good/bad) The tub is so small that Adam could not lie down straight in it/Jacob might be able to stretch out in it. I could shave from inside the shower using the bathroom mirror by just leaning over a bit/I didn't have to bring along my suction cup and mirror that I usually hang in the shower to shave while travelling. After drying off, ...


    A travel blog entry by nicval on Jan 17, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... your broth as it is so salty! It seems we can never get it quite right! Onto the Nishiki market close by where there is every type of flesh, fish and bean on display for purchase. Condiments, chicken, fish and fish testicles, cute shaped cut-out foods, pickles, knives, clothes, fabrics, lotus root, flowers, lily root, bonito flakes, dried baby sardines and candies are all for sale in the stalls; but not mammal meat due to Buddhist reasons. Chickens ...

    Kyoto, how you beguile me

    A travel blog entry by kkhlee74 on Aug 05, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... being the usual ones. But it is the ones which are supposed to bring you luck when you are driving that interests me the most - surely these would be more pertinent in places which have more laxed driving standards and regulations rather than orderly Japan?

    Our list of must do's for Japan lead us to other places like Arashiyama, the famed bamboo forest where Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was filmed. To be fair, it was more of a grove than forest but we did enjoy ...

    Alcoholic observations

    A travel blog entry by christineatkins on Apr 15, 2014

    Wine here is not as expensive as everyone warned us. And champagne (the good stuff) is actually cheap. In an associated observation, it is disturbing to note that in a sea of Japanese people, it is virtually impossible to pretend that the fat blonde haired tantruming toddler is not yours. My usual tactic for public sit down strikes is futile. Anyway, onto tourist-related musings. Spent yesterday morning at Nishiki markets, called Kyoto's kitchen. Most of the stall ...