Takatsuki W&M Hotel
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... are actually 4 rooms to the suite, 2 with tatami mats and 2 with hard wood floors. The first room with wooden floor is the small entry which then opens onto a room with one small chest and a mirror .... this has a tatami covered floor, presumably for dressing and storage. This, in turn, opens to a larger room with 8 mats. When we arrived it had a short legged coffee table and cushions in it. That's all. Later, the coffee table was put to the side and two nice sized futons were put ...
... filled up with tourists.. The local pancakes were not to our liking - perhaps the dashi seasoning didn't quite work for our tastebuds. At night, after a long day, we stopped along this narrow alley we stopped for a meal, after noticing our much loved Gyoza on display. There were quite a few Ryokans on this strip but ours was quaint, humble and good value.
DAY 2 KYOTO
We transferred to a Western hotel opposite the ...
... style and proportions, as the great palace structures of yore. Unlike most castles and palaces that have hosted royal families, the walls of this place are simple earth and tile structures, without real military utility. Unlike the stone castles built by the shoguns, the palace of the Emperor of Japan for a thousand years was just a magnificent residence and ceremonial center, not a defensive fortification. This quietly testifies to the fact that the ...
Get to the basement of Takayashima department store for all tastes of Japanese food you can buy in single serves. Makes for a great picnic lunch.
Nishiki markets – Food markets with a few trinkety places. A cheap souvenir place at the end of it.
Cool bar with Karaoke bar on top - http://kuro-sakaba.com/. The owner was a chef and makes great ...
... beef steak. We were both so impressed with the omelette that we decided to buy a Japanese style rectangular omelette pan, I can't wait to try one when we get back. After 4 hours the class was over and it was time for us to head back, but whilst in the area we decided to head to a local onsen (traditional Japanese spa). I was a little hesitant as you don't wear any clothes in the spa (males and females are separated), ...