Rise Ville Tsugayama

300-24 Fuke-cho, Moriyama, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 524-0033, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 300-24 Fuke-cho, Moriyama.
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Travel Blogs from Moriyama

Land of 1000 Temples

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on Jun 03, 2014

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... in 1603 as the official Kyoto home of the first Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu. It featured two palaces and two gardens - because why stop at one. The palaces featured something called nightingale floors: floor boards that make lots of sound when you walk on them, no matter how lightly you step, so that it is impossible to sneak up on anybody. The floors were really neat. Think of that one extremely squeaky stair in your house - except everywhere. The ...

These shoes were made for walking

A travel blog entry by mrichar.7 on Nov 12, 2013

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... but the OJ was good!! after breakie we wandered into the street....within a hundred meters we stopped at a vending machine (they are literally everywhere) to try and get the taste of the coffee from our mouths...lo and behold what is this??? Hot cans of...coffee?? surely this is a translation error...for $1 Australian i figured whatev's.... the result couldn't be worse than the coffee i just had..... 'Kerklank'.....i reached in and, BAZINGA a dainty can ...

My Caffeinated Hike through the Vermillion Gates

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 18, 2013

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... s hat greeted me. I pointed to the plastic ice cream cone with the flavors I wanted. He told me that this was "a very special ice cream" as he turned my ice cream cone upside-down to impress me. Dairy Queen employees also do this sometimes to tease their eager customers. The ice cream was kind of bland and had a strange after taste, but I liked the guy's hat.

While back on the pristine, air conditioned train to Kyoto, I sat in front of several middle-school ...

Kyoto - Old (but beautiful) Japan

A travel blog entry by steph_simon on May 06, 2013

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... s pretty new compared to other temples/castle/shrines around Kyoto!

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This is one of the original zen gardens (this is the real version of the ones you get from Bunnings) No one knows why the rocks are where they are. But it's very relaxing to just sit and stare at it. This was surrounded but the most stunning gardens I've ever seen. Japanese maples everywhere.

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Katsura Rikyu Imperial Villa & Saiho-ji

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Feb 28, 2013

... and burn the sticks.

We then headed for the gardens. Unlike at the Imperial Villa, you're largely on your own although you aren't allowed to step off the path. The gardens aren't like any gardens I've ever seen before. There are lots of tall trees and carefully arranged rocks, which you see elsewhere, but the ground is nearly entirely covered by moss, which is why ...

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