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 10 - Bamboo, gardens, rivers and monkeys

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 27, 2015

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    Not far from Kyoto by train is the mountain hamlet town of Arashiyama. According to more than a few guidebooks Arashiyama is the second-most important sightseeing district in Kyoto. Near the center of town is the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. It is quite amazing and we shot quite a few included pictures within the grove. An artisan inside the grove was busy transforming pieces of bamboo into delicately balanced dragonfly's which could balance on their nose and spin in the wind. ...

    First day exploring near Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by dweinstein on Apr 12, 2015

    66 photos

    ... the mix. We then went to Okochi Sanso, the famous villa of director and actor with the same name. We enjoyed a lovely tea and cake with admission and enjoyed strolling the gardens and looking out towards Kyoto in the distance, as we were higher up in the mountains. We also saw that storms were coming and as it got dark, we made our way back to the small, but active town of Torokko Arashiyama.
    We wanted to stay longer but it was starting to get dark so ...

    Arashimaya

    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 12, 2014

    50 photos

    ... by bus to Kyoto Station or to just catch a taxi from where we were to Gion. Speaking to Takako, she said that we had to try to go to Gion early and not to have dinner at 6pm or 7pm being a long weekend. We should try to eat earlier or later. The maiko, or trainee geishas would be arriving around dinner time to entertain the “royal” guests. The maiko have the white makeup whereas the qualified geishas do not. We were told 12 years ...

    Kaiseki

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Dec 30, 2013

    18 photos

    ... was damn tasty.

    The Japanese love aesthetically-pleasing things, and it's incredible how much effort the chefs put into our dinner tonight, with several of our dishes looking more like a great artist's painting, rather than simply a plate of food. Not a razor-thin slice of daikon was out of place, nor a piece of sashimi misaligned; at times, we almost felt bad for digging into our food, and wrecking these masterpieces.

    One of the many things ...

    Don't Look Him In The Eyes (Japan)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Oct 03, 2013

    166 photos

    ... through the forest is paved, only wide enough for one vehicle. Eventually, I came to a lake. The bamboo path continued around it. And, there was a train station. It turned out to be the scenic train I could have ridden to this point. I consider taking the ride back into town on it, but there are things I want to see on my way back and I could not do that if I rode the train back. THE JAPANESE GARDEN I stumbled upon a Japanese garden and spent a while walking through it. ...

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