R Inn Fukuchiyama

Address: 3-20-1 Ekinancho, Fukuchiyama, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 620-0942, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-20-1 Ekinancho, Fukuchiyama.
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        Travel Blogs from Fukuchiyama

        Clip Clopping through Kinosaki

        A travel blog entry by martycindy on Apr 24, 2014

        81 photos

        Buuuurp...Braaaap.... Buuurp..... Holy **** these two old broads sitting behind us on the train were really going at it! Destination - the northern coastline off the Sea of Japan.

        Big excitement! We were headed to the Onsen town of Kinosaki, but not before much deliberation and a little luck. The problem? Money. When is money not a problem lol? Cost per person could easily exceed $200+ for a nights stay at a solid ryokan if booking off Expedia, ...

        Overnight Work Task

        A travel blog entry by leinad61 on Feb 08, 2014

        4 photos

        Finally something worth writing about again. I have been working every day for a while now so nothing out of the ordinary to report. However, this weekend I have been assigned a job in a somewhat distant location Fukuchiyama in Kyoto. As it is so far out from Osaka, the company put me up in a hotel overnight. It's a nice hotel and I had ...

        A Soapy Tale

        A travel blog entry by jill-cam on Feb 04, 2008

        8 comments, 1 photo

        ... minutes in some chilly weather to our warm, but fairly dirty and crowded guesthouse. Luckily (?) the bath house stayed open until midnight. Nervous, Cameron and I set out through some dark streets to find the baths. Cameron had tried to give me some idea of what I was about to experience, but obviously it was a bit hard since he'd only been in the male area. We paid our 100 Yen each and were given plastic buckets. "Hmm, I thought..." Well, I don't ...

        Dec 26th

        A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

        28 photos

        ... stand abreast. The narrow street literally vibrates with activity, from the shoppers, couriers and vendors -- many of whom call out to the passer-bys or smile the ubiquitous 'ohayo gozaimasu'. Everywhere you look, there are picked vegetables, fresh vegetables, delicately-carved and presented vegetables, fresh seafood of a bewildering spectrum, candies, dessert specialties, tamago (egg cake), fishcakes and other ...


        A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

        1 comment, 26 photos

        ... height. (there was a model of the float being supported by the 60 men in the museum). The other floats had 3 wheels-sometimes a 4th wheel that lifted up for turns. If it is raining on the festival day, a very small substitute float is used instead. The costumes used for the parade are very special and are very expensive to make. Look at my pictures. The festivals are Sannō Matsuri April 14-15 and Yahata Matsuri October 9-10. After seeing the floats in the ...