Toyoko Inn Nara Shin Omiya Ekimae

Address: 4-3-2 Shibatsujicho , Nara, Nara, Kinki, 630-8114 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4-3-2 Shibatsujicho , Nara, is near Nara Deer Park, Horyuji Temple, Nara National Museum, and Isuien Garden.
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      Oh Dear

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Nov 20, 2014

      22 photos

      ... statues. Representing the Nio Guardian Kings, the statues are designated national treasures together with the gate itself. Also inside the building one of the supporting columns has been hollowed out at its base to replicate the size of the Buddhas nostrils. Tourists can pass through this small space and achieve enlightenment. As always I was keen to participate by undertaking the crawl through the tunnel but was a ...

      Dyed mats and Tacky mats

      A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... unison before you have even sat down. A purchase is greeted with a long flurry of bows, thank yous and what what could possibly be- 'your most welcome's - which sounds something like 'dyed mats and tacky mats'. I try saying this back a few times, and recieve a look of total puzzlement. It would probably help if I knew what I was trying to say.

      You start to realise pretty quickly in Nara that there are deer everywhere (yes deer!), - people are feeding the deer ...

      Thru the Red Gates

      A travel blog entry by pandasphere on Jun 06, 2014

      18 photos

      We had a jam packed 17-mile walking day ahead of us- Fushimi Inari to see the famous 5000+ red torii and Nara, the first capital of ancient Japan. We caught an early train to the Inari Station and were on our way up the mountain and through the first set of gates by 9:30am. Guillaume had said that it would take over 2 hours to climb up and down the path; we wanted to beat that! The first set of bright red gates were large and impressive and led to a set ...

      Temples, city vice and the gay dude

      A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 17, 2014

      13 photos

      ... warning signs everywhere (see picture). First stop Todai-ji (temple with massive Buddha). The hall which housed the Buddha is said to be the largest wooden building in the world so you can imagine how big Buddha must be. The grounds around the Buddha hall is nice even for winter, I think in the summer it would be a really picturesque place for a picnic (minus the hoards of tourist of course). The hall is surrounded by a wall and upon paying my admission I walked through the gates ...

      All Your Bullet Trains are Belong to Typhon Man-Yi

      A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Sep 16, 2013

      15 photos

      ... up deciding to jump on the Kodama "local" bullet train to Nagoya, assuming it was better to be sitting and moving than standing on a platform. Four hours later we were in Nagoya, about halfway to Kyoto. Now a bit more desperate for time, I violated our ticket rules and put us on the Nozumi express to Kyoto. Someone gave up their seat for my wife and baby and I stood for 40 minutes.

      Anyways, we arrived at 8pm and took another cab over to our place and went to bed.