R Inn Ayabe

Address: 1-8 Inokurashinmachi, Ayabe, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 623-0051, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-8 Inokurashinmachi, Ayabe.
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    Travel Blogs from Ayabe

    Day 8 in Japan Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 14, 2015

    Breakfast in San Crane Hotel, European breakfast. Train to Kyoto Station, then train to Uzumasa station. Walk Toei Studios..$36 Ninja training Dojo, x2 Samaria Show. Mystery House. Ninja show. lunch: Miso, Gyoza, Boys did the Maze twice. Back at hotel 55pm Clothes washing 8 streets away. Tattoo cafe for ...

    Day 10 - Bamboo, gardens, rivers and monkeys

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 27, 2015

    19 photos

    ... you never used to see foreigners here a long time ago but now you see it often. The proprietors apologized to me for his behavior and very shortly after his Taxi ride appeared to pick him up. As he stumbled out the door a 1000 yen note = $10 fell out of his jacket and landed on the floor pretty near me. I got up and grabbed the note and vaulted out the door to hand it back to him. He wouldn't take it so I handed it to the cab driver who was holding the door of his ...

    Fushimi Shrine and Geisha district

    A travel blog entry by sarahvermazen on Jan 08, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    Today I visited one of Japan's most popular shrines: Fushimi Shrine. After this visit I can definitely say it is indeed very impressive. Arriving at the shrine you go upstairs where the route starts. It is a 4 km hike up the mountains (I did about 1,5 cause the view is already stunning from there) and lined with thousands of red torii (see pictures). The climb is like a meditative walk because of all the torii. Along the way there are lots of small sacred places but ...


    A travel blog entry by pwong on Dec 30, 2013

    18 photos

    ... an absolute steal for the experience that you are getting, especially if you select one of the more affordable Kaiseki menus - a multi-course gourmet tasting menu like this back in Calgary would easily cost far more, before even factoring in the Goods & Services Tax and the 15-20% obligatory tip. Not only was the service top notch (something that is a rarity nowadays in boom town Calgary), but the food was also beautifully prepared and presented, and for the ...

    Don't Look Him In The Eyes (Japan)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Oct 03, 2013

    166 photos

    ... sometimes uphill, my instinct is to get out and help him pull the thing up. I always feel the need to give a hand when work is going on (wish I didn't). It feels a little strange, having a person pull me around like this. I know I rode in a cyclo while in Vietnam, but that was a person giving me a ride powered by a bicycle. Tuk Tuks are motor driven, as well as motodops. This is a person just pulling me along with his own legs. I know most people would enjoy feeling a ...

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