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

It's not a hill it's a mountain

A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 14, 2014

... I find out there was a quicker way but it doesn't matter. It comes out next to the river, it's boiling. I sit for a bit and have a coke from a magic vending machines. I wonder how I will love without vending machines. The bridge isn't far and I want to go to the monkey place. The sign warns me that it's hot. Thank you, and I should take a drink with me. It seems I have to walk 1k to the monkey park, the girl hands me a fan and tells me "good luck" I ...


A travel blog entry by triptalk on May 07, 2014

2 comments, 43 photos

... of course) I started on the bus and went to Shisendo, a beautiful home turned temple. I could have moved right in. It might be my favorite spot. From there I started my marathon walk, all the way down the Eastern side of town. I stopped at Kiyomizudera , filled with hordes of high school students on school trips. The kids are broken up into groups; good kids are given a bus pass and are on their own. Troublemaker groups get ...

Monkeys, Geishas and Golden Pavilions ..oh my!

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Nov 01, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... Part which would have been fine except for the fact that they forgot to tell us that we had to climb a freaking mountain to get to them. Oddly enough the half hour I had done on vertical training on the treadmill before I left for Japan didn't give me the adequate training needed for this climb so it would be safe to assume that I was dying at about 2 minutes into the climb. Luckily an old lady stopped me at about halfway up and informed me that it got worse which was ...


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 ...

Nearly Over and (Zenned) Out

A travel blog entry by kelcarmichael on Jun 14, 2013

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... children literally everywhere, hundreds of them - they don't seem to ever actually spend time in a classroom. It's like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang's Child Catcher's worst nightmare.)

That first night I attended a 'taster' show showcasing different forms of Japanese arts, including Japanese harp, flower arranging, Gagaku (court music), Kyogen (comedy theatre) and Bunraku (puppet theatre). Best of all though (for my inner Memoirs of a Geisha fangirl) ...