Senri Hankyu Hotel

Address: 2-1-D1 Shinsenri Higashimachi, Toyonaka, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 560-0082, Japan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 2-1-D1 Shinsenri Higashimachi, Toyonaka, is near National Museum of Ethnology.
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          Off to Kyoto

          A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Oct 16, 2015

          9 photos

          ... there isn't much room to move around. The bathroom looks like something out of an RV and you can hear every movement of the people above and beside you. The one thing that it has going for it is location so we took advantage of that and headed back to the train station and off to Fushimi Inari. This is a shrine dedicated to a guardian deity named Inari who is portrayed as a fox around the grounds. The shrine is known for its thousands of vermillion ...

          Ninjas, Samurai and Endings

          A travel blog entry by mackenziestrips on Jul 12, 2015

          2 comments, 14 photos

          ... told me I probably would end up regretting it. So I did it and it didn't turn out too bad. The only thing I didn't like was that the outfit was TIGHT! They had to force some things into the belt and it was hard to breathe, but it was over in a few seconds anyway. I tried to get into the Haunted House (supposedly the scariest in the world) but we had to leave.
          We arrived at the Golden Pavilion a while later. It was absolutely stunning, and to top things ...

          Kyoto day 3

          A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Mar 24, 2015

          24 photos

          ... was a massive gate to a temple built in the 1600's and the remains of a canal boat incline that was built late in the 19th century as part of a canal network in Kyoto. We took a bus back into the city to visit the fish market where you can sample the wares and buy small portions for about a £1 each which was our lunch. We tried the duck kebabs,eel,scallops and a fish cake on a stick.We then went to a tea ceremony for an hour and we ...

          Leaving Kyoto for Takayamo

          A travel blog entry by cleotup on Oct 02, 2014

          133 photos

          ... Walking Path of Literature" walking trail leads from Hida no Sato to Folk Village Area. Group photo with parasols,hats and toys on sticks. Just started walking around when the rain showers started.Managed to dodge most by popping in and out of the various wooden buildings. Wood carving in one of the buildings. Walked back home around 4pm,stopping off at the teddy bear shop & cafe. Tried out the family Onsen. Shower ...

          Shinkansen to Kyoto

          A travel blog entry by alleyeagle on May 29, 2014

          ... trains because the windows are quite small and it's going so fast what you really see is flash flash field tunnel post flash. However without the bullet trains we would never have made it to Kyoto in a five day visit. Arriving at Kyoto station unbelievably we had some trouble getting out of the station because it was so large and we didn't know which door went to which part of town. So sensibly we went to tourist information. ...