Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto

Karasuma Takatsuji Higashi-iru Shiimogyo-ku , Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 600-8096, Japan | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kyoto

Kyoto: Cycling Amongst Temples and Sakura

A travel blog entry by chiapoe


... maiko-san viewing, as this old-world craft of high-end companionship still thrives in Gion, Kyoto. It was next to Gion that we discovered Takezusi, which was my best sushi experience in Japan. See the captions for more.

The Torii Trail and Golden Pavilion
The following morning, we hopped on the JR Nara line from Kyoto Station a few stops to the ...

Day 18 - A marathon walk through ancient Kyoto

A travel blog entry by apat


... casually wherever I could for her, while doing my best not to look like a stalker, but the more of these girls we came across, and the more obvious it was that they were loving the attention of getting their photo taken against the backdrops of the temples, the more blatant Charlotte got with the photo taking. Towards the end of the temple hopping she was simply walking up to them, standing in front of them and taking photos as ...

The Golden Pavilion

A travel blog entry by the_saws1


... finished, so is not covered in silver leaf, just left as wood.
After the Pavilion we go to the supermarket, this is very tricky indeed, trying to work out what things are, I laugh a lot, if not I might have cried! We decide we want to cook tea as we are a bit sick of eating out, so try to figure out tea and get a few things for breakfast, but even trying to figure out if the milk is half fat or full fat is difficult! In the end ...

Wet Shoes, Bus Rides, and Shrines!

A travel blog entry by wildeyedboy


... are originals and 876 are from the 13th Century. I really wish I would of stayed longer. Go look up pictures of Sanjusan on Google and you'll see what I am talking about.

I made my way over to the Gion area again hoping to see that giant statue that was closed, but I got to the top road by the Yasaka pagoda and said screw it, it was still way up the hill and Fushimi ruined my legs. So, I decided to find my way to Kiyomizu Temple, which is also on top of a huge ...

Konnichiha from Kyoto

A travel blog entry by amy_michael

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... last full day in Kyoto sees us on a mission to see as many temples as possible, the overall count (we guess) was 10. The first was well known for it's golden screen depicting the gods of thunder and wind, as well as housing the first ever tea-house in Japan, which Amy was thrilled to discover! Mmmmm tea. The following temples were huge and typically brilliant - the largest of which was holding a special service as we visited and ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Kawaramachi/Karasuma/Shijo Omiya area of Kyoto, is near Nishiki Market, Maruyama Park, Pontocho, and Takashimaya.
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