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

    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 ...

    Monkey Mountain

    A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 03, 2014

    2 photos

    Plan B was to head up to see the monkeys on their mountain top retreat. It was a hike but well worth it, including free pats from a very affectionate cat. (Cat Cafe be damned) A one hundred and fifty strong colony of Japanese Macaques live on the hill top and they don't seem to mind visitors at ...


    A travel blog entry by pwong on Dec 30, 2013

    18 photos

    ... don't let the door hit your ass on the way out, and what??!!? What kind of cheapskate only leaves an 18% tip???", one of our waitresses cutely waved at the motion sensor to open up the automatic door for us (because it would be so inconvenient and too much work for us to trigger the sensor ourselves), then cutely shuffled out the door behind us in her kimono and slippers, and continually bowed and repeated "Arigato Gozaimasu!" until we walked out of sight. Now that's ...

    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

    ... a room and we got undressed and put on a dressing gown and these funny sock like shoes with a separate place for toes. Then we went and had our makeup done. We had bright white faces, red eyebrows and eyes and thick eyeliner. Then we for dressed. There were so many meters of fabric used on us. It took about 20 minutes to fully dress us. It was definitely something that someone else needed to do on you. Therefore it was only for the rich or wealthy ...

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