Laforet Biwako

2876 Imahamacho Jukkenya, Moriyama, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 524-0101, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2876 Imahamacho Jukkenya, Moriyama.
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    Travel Blogs from Moriyama

    Land of 1000 Temples

    A travel blog entry by pandasphere on Jun 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... to see a lot of the Western one. After that, we just decided to call it a fairly early evening and headed back to the station to get some food at one of the seemingly-infinite options. We settled on another vending machine ramen place, in a different style than the Tokyo ones. It was quite good! Tina then got some green tea ice cream sundae thing for dessert, and we just headed back to our room to enjoy the reemergence of internet and to watch some ...

    These shoes were made for walking

    A travel blog entry by mrichar.7 on Nov 12, 2013

    4 photos

    ... clad host....(which reminds me why wasn't he cold?? I can only assume that tea ninja training involves developing a thermal resilience not found in normal humans!) but several alleys, turn of the century housing and fast paced delivery trucks later we arrived a a lovely restaurant that specialised in organic veggies and simple traditional food.... Now Japanese B'Fast is kind of a misnomer...... breakie consisted of some form of coleslaw, salad, baked fish, ...

    My Caffeinated Hike through the Vermillion Gates

    A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 18, 2013

    11 photos

    ... it was being chased by a skinny, Garfield looking cat. I had never seen cats shriek like that before. I grew up with goofy, complacent labs that pretended to chase cats until the felines hissed and scratched their noses.

    Down the hill, the shrine's paths blended into the town. Children were playing and laughing behind their schools' walls. The sculptures of buddhist figures, frogs, and foxes watched me sweating in the sun as I passed by. They would watch over ...

    Off to Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by ijulie on May 21, 2013

    4 photos

    ... flying past but we got excited every time we saw one. Our accommodation in Kyoto was a 100 year old traditional home which had been refurbished. It was all timber and really quaint. We were very close to the historic geisha area and numerous buddhist temples and shinto shrines. Once we were settled we borrowed the bikes which were provided and took off to explore. We found 3 temples almost immediately and had great fun exploring the local ...

    Katsura Rikyu Imperial Villa & Saiho-ji

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Feb 28, 2013

    ... first take off your shoes and go into the temple. The only way you get to see Saiho-ji is by taking part in their religous ceremony first. They have low tables lined up on the sides of the temple. After we were all seated on the floor a couple monks came in. They started chanting and one played a wooden drum and the other played a couple metal bells that had tones similar ...