Tenri Kanko Hotel

Address: 759 Kawaharajocho, Tenri, Nara Prefecture, Kinki, 632-0016, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 759 Kawaharajocho, Tenri.
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Travel Blogs from Tenri

The old Imperial Capital of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Oct 01, 2014

10 photos

... at least get something I couldn’t eat back home.

After taking the train back to Osaka, I went to a skyscraper in town with a large skydeck. This was very cool – the building was actually two separate skyscrapers, connected by a big X shape of tubes in the middle. So, you went up the elevator, and then rode an escalator through the tubes to the other building, before taking yet another elevator. ...

Historical Japan and the typhoon

A travel blog entry by inesoca on Aug 07, 2014

25 photos

... boy. -The back streets in South Kyoto (higashiyama). After visiting "most impressive of them all" Kodai Ji temple, we visited some of the back streets, packed with beautiful old houses filled with traditional Japanese things for sale, crafts and sweets mostly, and plenty of girls in kimono walking around. It is a tourist trap, but an amazingly beautiful one! We watched the sunset over theses streets, and I have to say we haven't had a lot ...

Day 21 - Farewell Kyoto, and hello to Americatown

A travel blog entry by apat on Feb 04, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... won't miss when we head back to Australia is the crowded local train rides. Shinkansen's are great. Express trains where you generally get seats are good too. Local lines, usually used for travelling around common city routes, are just hell.
The entire journey from Kyoto to Osaka involved 2 subway trains, and 3 local trains. All of them superheated. All of them crowded, and all of them standing up.

Emerging from the Universal ...

A day in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Aug 22, 2013

1 comment, 188 photos

... a path starting with Yasaka shrine and carries on through cobblestone streets lined with shops and restaurants up to Kiyomuzu dera temple. The walk was very crowded with tourists and there is a reason for that: the path leading to the temple and the temple itself is quite ...


A travel blog entry by oberlinyoboku on Jun 22, 2013


... do not begrudge religion, and in fact find its ritual very beautiful and pleasurable to partake in. In that manner, I happily join my Tenrikyo friends in their observances, the most central of which is the Seated Service(おつと め "Otsutome"), consisting of a simple song with hand-motions symbolizing the love and care with which the Tenrikyo deity created human beings. One performs this Service facing the Jiba, at which a hexagonal column has ...