Hotel Nikko Nara
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nikko Nara
This hotel in very conveniently located along the Sanjo Street which leads you to most of Nara's many attractions. Really good breakfast buffet and good service.
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... a nice deer mural on the wall and some great origami figures on the wall – we even got a free origami gift as we left!
On the way back, we went past a tea shop that made the whole street smell of green tea before heading into the local supermarket and shopping arcade where they had massive 5 litre bottles of sake for around £20!
Near the hotel, there was a Pachinko parlour ...
... around with the panorama feature on my phone and got a few shots which hopefully show the scale of the place. It was getting to lunchtime and we had no idea what was nearby to eat but we have a theory that Japanese don't like to walk too far and for something this touristy, there must be eating places close. We struck a good one and just up the road there was a small courtyard with a few eating places. We picked a noodle soup place, well most places have noodle soup but this ...
... again for the last leg of the journey to our new base in Nara.
Soren's Mum was waiting for us in our accomodation, Rune was very excited to have Nanna in Japan. We went out and explored the nearby streets in search of a feed. The area where we are staying is delightful. There are temples, shrines, many small busy streets full of places to eat, with quaint walkways going off to the side with more places to eat. Its a pretty part of town where we are staying.
... offer a substantial amount of money the Shinto priest will pray for you particularly fervently!
On returning to Kyoto we took a stroll down the Main Street (fourth street) heading for the area called Gion. This area was buzzing with crowds of people everywhere and gorgeous shops. Fabulous. Finally tired and hungry, we found a cute little eatery and after a very enjoyable meal retired to our lodgings.
... places and saw Sakura all over town and couldn't wait in anticipation.
In no time, we arrived at the Silver Pavilion 銀閣寺 end of the Philosopher's Path 哲学の道. We were all in awe at the beautiful Sakura, all in full bloom, even more beautiful than 3 years ago when I went visit with mom and sister.
Walking down the Path led us to Nanzenji ...