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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      A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 12, 2014

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      We caught the 10.17am train to Saga Arashimaya, arriving 20 minutes later. We then caught the Sagano Romantic Train from the attached Saga Torroko Station to Torroko Kameoka. We went through tunnels and bridges and had the Hozu-gawa River on our side of the seats. There were small rapids and we could see the rubber dinghies and boats preparing for the ride down the river. The train ride took only 23 minutes and some people did not reserve a seat ...

      From temple to temple to guesthouse

      A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 13, 2013

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... god of the rice harvest and also the god of business. Businesses have donated torii gates to the shrine in hopes of being successful, and obviously, the bigger the donation, the bigger the torii, and hopefully the greater the success. Fushimi Inari is therefore known for its walk through thousands of bright orange torii gates, past shrines, to he top of the nearby mountain. The visual effect of so many bright orange and black gates is stunning, but ...


      A travel blog entry by elliejane on Apr 05, 2013

      3 photos

      This morning we were really lazy and didn't get out of the hostel until 11am. We caught the bus into town and found a nice restaurant for lunch where they wheeled the food out to us on trays. It was a really nice place and all of us enjoyed the food. After lunch we crossed the road and went to get our maiko experience makeovers. We had the white face and red eyes and the extremely elaborate kimonos and our hair in crazy high buns. First they took us ...

      Castles, temples and a traditional show

      A travel blog entry by elliejane on Apr 03, 2013

      4 photos

      ... for a show of traditional japanese acts. We saw a Japanese tea ceremony, traditional instruments, flower arranging, traditional music and dancing, old plays and a traditional puppet show. The puppet show was amazing. There were three puppeteers dressed in black so they just disappeared and a puppet in traditional dress. They moved her so realistically it was hard to believe she was a ...


      A travel blog entry by chameleon.saint on Oct 09, 2012

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      Once in Arashiyama we walked around the quaint Japanese village which is so beautiful. Once I am sure it used to be a quiet place that you could call traditional but unfortunately it is completely for tourists now. Mind you if you can keep that out of your mind as best of possible you really can enjoy it completely.

      Rickshaws are everywhere. If they are not pulling people along while they sweat in the heat, they are poaching them on the sidewalk. We ...

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