Takatsuki W&M Hotel

Address: 2-3-15 Johokucho, Takatsuki, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 569-0071, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-3-15 Johokucho, Takatsuki, is near 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

          ... br> Ponto-cho is one street in from the river and lots of the restaurants lining the street back on to the river. As we crossed over the bridge we could see tea ceremonies being performed on floor after floor of the multi storey restaurants. I'm not sure how much of this is just touristy or if it is authentic. Ponto-cho is very narrow and atmospheric, lots of side alleys and we wandered along looking for somewhere to eat and hoping to see some geisha!
          Luck ...

          Random observations of Japan

          A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 25, 2015

          2 comments, 5 photos

          ... you have to take your shoes off. Wear clean socks and preferably slip-on shoes. 8) Fashion - the young people certainly have a style all their own. It's extremely varied but somehow it is mostly all recognizable as Japanese. I think once they manage to shed their school uniforms, they go crazy for anything that is slightly different. 9. Tipping. Generally there is none except for tour guides. 10. I did not know that Japanese women do not wear ...

          I Have Been Blessed by a Shinto Priest

          A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 06, 2015

          10 photos

          ... A little more about the Buddhist orientation to the world, too. There are five aspects to the composition of the universe in Buddhist belief, in ascending order: Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, and Sky. You often see these symbolized on monuments, and in cemeteries in stone structures, such as the one at Mt. Koya. Water and fire are used for purification in both Shinto and Buddhism, here as in so many other religious traditions.

          I thought a bit about how we ...

          Day 12 - Casual in Kyoto

          A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 19, 2014

          14 photos

          ... of the entire haul - so hear is a nice selection. Dinner was again a lucky find, quite posh and interesting teppanyaki. Joel particularly enjoyed the scallops with fungi, butter and soy - he sure does love a mushroom. Unfortunately the lighting was too low for photos, but the presentation was exceptional even by Japanese standards. The chef had received a fantastic review in a newspaper, which he proudly showed us after our ...

          Temples and Shrines of Kyoto

          A travel blog entry by livingmydreams on Jun 29, 2014

          1 comment, 15 photos

          ... temple. The goal of zen is to be enlightened, work hard for people, live a simple life, and worshippers must meditate. Meditation is only way to be enlightened. Samurai accepted Zen Buddhism because they had to be mentally ready for war and led a simple life. The temple is gold plated, not solid. Shinto shrines have no statue. A Buddhist temple has many statues. There are two meanings for Buddha. First, Buddha means the historical buddha, prince of a small country in ...