Miyako Ayabe Hotel

13 Kuratani, Mikatacho, Ayabe, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 623-0031, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 13 Kuratani, Mikatacho, Ayabe.
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    Travel Blogs from Ayabe

    From temple to temple to guesthouse

    A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 13, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... to Kyoto station for a fantastic lunch at a tempura restaurant, then we picked up our packs from the locker room, and continue on to Hanazono station. It`s a quiet neighborhood, not unlike a neighborhood you might see back home, with small shops, houses, apartment buildings, school. In fact, Mario deems it to be very much like back home, and starts calling it Brossard. If you have any comments regarding that, you can address them to him.


    Temple-hopping in bamboo groves

    A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 08, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... elevated platform to gaze out upon the town below. Very nice.

    Onwards through the town, we entered the Zen gardens of Tenryu-ji, some of the most beautiful on the country, and that's no exaggeration. Sadly, it's difficult to find a corner in which to sit and meditate on the beauty of the place, as you're never alone. This place is popular and therefore populated with people. Luckily they are respectful of barriers ...

    Castles, temples and a traditional show

    A travel blog entry by elliejane on Apr 03, 2013

    4 photos

    ... It is a very clever idea but with hundreds of tourists walking on it it wasn't very practical. Many of the rooms also had gold leaf on the walls, ceiling and door handles, but we noticed that these were mainly in the areas where other people would see, not in the living quarters. We walked around the gardens a bit but it was raining and windy so we moved on. We then had lunch at ...


    A travel blog entry by linda_stuart on Mar 15, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... with a basin where you leave your cloths. The wet room has a shower on the floor where you wash and then a small but very deep tub it soak in ounce you are clean. The water in the tub thus stays clean and is used by the whole family. It has a heater so can be used for a few days. Up the extremely steep stairs are 2 bed rooms with futons and tatami mats and sliding screen doors. We left our futons out but a Japanese family would put them away during the ...

    The whole country is in Arashiyama!!

    A travel blog entry by chibisimo on Nov 21, 2010

    20 photos

    ... that Marthin was kneeling down next to the food stall. A moment later he was sitting, and then he collapsed altogether! Cue us all hurrying over, and Simo bursting into lifesaver mode!

    Marthin was okay, but he'd been out the night before, not drank much water, and was wearing a huge heavy coat, so succumbed to some sort of heat stroke! Poor Marthin! He was lying there with Simo holding his ...

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