Nara Plaza Hotel

600-1 Kabata-cho, Tenri, Nara Prefecture, Kinki, 632-0084, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 600-1 Kabata-cho, Tenri.
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    A travel blog entry by oberlinyoboku on Jun 22, 2013


    ... internet connection if I sat in one particular corner of the dormitory. All of this, combined with caffeine withdrawal headaches, led to something of a mini-emotional breakdown where I threw up my hands, questioned every reason I had to come back here (and, more broadly, everything I want to do with my life), and angrily went to bed at 6 pm.

    Thankfully, today was much better. Well-rested and connected to the internet, I bicycled down to the Main Sanctuary ...

    Mochi, Eagles, and The Philosopher's Path

    A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 17, 2013

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    ... of me, warning me to back off with a gust of wind. We sat on the curb to snack on our red bean mochi. The white floury powder covered my fingers. The eagles just kept circling, screeching, and swooping right in front of us to feed. It was just another day in Kyoto, but a marvelous day for me.

    The mochi sank into my stomach like an anchor, and we pedaled past a red-bricked university toward the Philosopher's Path. Just as I hadn't expected Hibiya Park to be my favorite ...


    A travel blog entry by sophie_ish on May 06, 2013

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    Either the Japanese are not very good at writing directions or we are not very good at following them….after another rather long walk with heavy backpacks we eventually found our hostel with very compact bunk bed room. Kyoto is the former imperial capital of Japan and is the most traditional city in Japan, where the Japanese come to discover their culture.

    The first day we set of to view just one of the 1000 + temples and 400 shrines ...


    A travel blog entry by aushiro on Jun 24, 2012

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    ... a Shinto Shrine that is set in the mountains and has hundreds of red/orange gates that you walk through as you ascend up the mountain. We enjoyed taking pauses just admiring the gates and the necessary maintenance required to keep this monument beautiful and enjoyable for all people. There is no fee to enter the sight, but they appreciate donations. It was a really hot day and by the time we made it to the top, we were ...

    Exploring Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 24, 2012

    21 photos

    ... on and eventually arrived around 3pm. On arrival we paid our 500 Yen entry fee and started to wander around the grounds. Ginkanku-ji was a zen temple established in 1482 by Ashikaga Yoshimasa, the eighth Muromachi Shogunate. Yoshimasa built the place to spend his retired life in. It was the place where Higashima culture had started and was said to be the starting point for modern Japanese living.