Parces Inn Kyoto

Address: 45 Fushimi-ku Shimotoba Higashi Serikawa-cho , Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 612-8395, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kyoto Station area of Kyoto, is near Fushimi Inari Shrine, Sanjusangendo Hall (Rengeo-in), Tofuku-ji, and Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum.
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          A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on May 14, 2015

          14 photos

          ... arrived however we realised there was loads more seating behind the bar! They must have thought us very strange just strolling in and sitting right next to them when there was a lot of other space. Nicole enjoyed slurping the contents of her ramen bowl but certainly wasn't a slurping pro. As I couldn't have the ramen we found a nearby stop for me to get some food too.
          After we'd both been fed we headed to the Philosophers Path. This is a nice walk by a stream that provides a ...

          Rise and Shrine.. Our First Stop in Japan

          A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Mar 25, 2015

          69 photos

          ... would be the perfect comfort food meant to be enjoyed at a leisurely pace, that is definitely not the case at ramen restaurants in Japan. Instead ramen is almost a fast food item meant to be slurped almost as quickly as possible before you return to work or rush to catch your train. The perfect example of this was a guy who sat down next to us as we were about half way through our lunch who ended up finishing and leaving before us. It was a little gross but ...

          I Don't Get The Whole Geisha Thing.

          A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 02, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... temple which was built originally in the late 1300s as a retirement villa for a powerful statesman, and then converted to a temple when he died. I'm sure I'll get some kind of golden building built for me by the Queensland government when I retire, right? Definitely. The building has burned down a few times since it was originally built, including most recently a rather famous act of arson in the 1950s when a monk, obsessed with the ...

          10,000 Torii Gates

          A travel blog entry by on Dec 07, 2014

          2 photos

          ... is how today went: - It was my first night in a female dorm. I thought it was going to be like the cruise ship, but nope. Girls were in and out, jumping down loudly from the top bunk, using the water until the wee hours of the morning, and then getting dressed super early. Lights on and off, on and off... eye-ya-yai! - provided with toast for breakfast from the guesthouse, that was a nice surprise! - Walked down Shimbashi Dori, a quaint little street, in the hope of spotting a geisha! ...

          Monkeys, a castle and a festival - dream travels

          A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 15, 2014

          ... otherwise dark but the time it took me to walk around this and the immaculate grounds gave me some concern about my final plan for the day...

          ...This involved a train journey across the city to the Arashiyama area. For this exercise, I did tackle a vending machine beer - at 75 pence for a Kirin, another purchase belying the myth that Japanese is one of the most expensive places on earth. Australia is far more expensive, as are parts of the UK and Europe. ...