Super Hotel Kyoto Shijokawaramachi

Address: 538-1 Shinkyogokudori, Chukyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 604-8042, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kawaramachi/Karasuma/Shijo Omiya area of Kyoto, is near Gion, Philosopher's Walk, Maruyama Park, and Takashimaya.
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    Travel Blogs from Kyoto

    Bunny Island

    A travel blog entry by daisy_and_alex on May 07, 2015

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... from all the food), having a bunny rush over and stand up to beg was just the cutest. They are happy to eat out of your hands, it was such a treat. Rabbit Island has a bit of a resort with a hotel, campsites, swimming pool, tennis courts etc etc. Everybody was having a great time riding their bikes and having barbecues. So far everything we’ve done has involved far less tourists than I imagined and a lot more Japanese people enjoying Golden Week. Even ...

    Kyoto - The imperial capital of Japan

    A travel blog entry by mktravels on Feb 28, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Gion geisha district was K's number one thing to do whilst in Kyoto. We visited in the evening once most of the day trippers had gone and the old town was lit up with red lanterns. Gion is a district of tiny winding lanes, with wooden fronted pretty and expensive tea houses and restaurants.

    Although we didn't have a meal here, silly prices, and often a 20 surcharge just to enter, we did stick our heads through a few of the doors to ...


    A travel blog entry by runes_journey on Apr 02, 2014

    7 photos

    ... of 1.47 million though! Off the main roads its quiet and quaint. I walked the back streets to the castle and found much pleasure in just wandering and finding shops selling for example; antiques, cakes, food etc in quirky old buildings.

    Nijo-jo was impressive, with two palaces (only one open to the public) and gardens It was originally built in 1603 as the official residence of the first Tokugawa Shogun. I would have loved to have taken photos inside ...

    Faster Than A Speeding Bullet (Japan)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 27, 2013

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... the country. Three different types of trains operated by different lines, which makes it confusing for me. You find them in different areas of the station, often taking up and down escalators and walking long hallways to find them. The train lines are color-coded, which helps, once you figure that out. I have noticed it is easier for me to find my way when the huge stations are not so crowded with people rushing in all directions. During the slower times, I ...


    A travel blog entry by orcasinjapan on Apr 16, 2013

    Japanese Castles are cool.
    Today, a group of students is off to explore a Japanese castle. Our favorite castle is Himeji, but it is currently being "restored" so they have gone to Hikone Castle.

    Here is some information about castles from the Kids Web site: