Takatsuki Kyoto Hotel

Address: 4-39 Josaicho, Takatsuki, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 569-0065, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4-39 Josaicho, Takatsuki, is near National Museum of Ethnology and Oyamazaki Villa Museum of Art.
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    Kyoto Northern and Southern Higashiyama

    A travel blog entry by ruby_travel on Oct 18, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... yakitori again with fried potatoes and a small salad washed down with Kirin beer. We pointed to some chicken skewers and found out we had chosen chicken stomach, chicken bottom and chicken breast!
    Back at the hotel we indulged in some cocktails before writing up this blog.
    Tomorrow we go to Nara, Canberra's sister city. Will be interesting to see if that it noted anywhere. This will also be our first experience of a ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn.

    Random observations of Japan

    A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 25, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... out why there are a series of raise lines, sometimes with bumps as well along all (I mean ALL) of the sidewalks. Although we have so far never seen a blind person on the streets, they are for the blind. The lines guide them down the sidewalk and turn at a right angle at crossings. The bumps are the indication of where to stand until the lights change, and then a sound is heard when it's safe to walk. Back to the itinerary .. in the afternoon we took ...

    I Have Been Blessed by a Shinto Priest

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 06, 2015

    10 photos

    ... the High Priest in Judaism splashed blood virtually everywhere.

    I wonder just how Jews would be practicing today if we, like the Japanese, had been able to preserve our customs in our homeland without interruption for the past two thousand years. I suspect we would still have the Temple rituals, and for some these would be the highest form of religious expression. If similar traditions have been maintained in India and Japan and other places for so long, ...

    Day 12 - Casual in Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 19, 2014

    14 photos

    ... so quite a few yarn-y purchases. Lucky for me, Darren from Melbourne, rescued me when he saw me struggling with my map that had torn in half (I lost the important half). He speaks 'dojo Japanese' because he does martial arts in Australia. So we had a nice chat on the bus about all things quirky inJapan. If maps and bus routes and timetables aren't confusing enough, you enter a bus through the middle doors, and leave through ...

    Temples and Shrines of Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by livingmydreams on Jun 29, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... and then around the bend, you are faced with 1,000 statues of Kannon...500 on one side and 500 on the other side of a giant statue of Kannon. These statues were created from Japanese Cypress and covered in gold leaf and then lacquer. Cleaning of the statues takes place about once per year due to their delicate nature. The Kannon is a buddha with many, many hands. In Buddhism this deity has so many hands because it is impossible to help all of the people you can help with ...