Toyoko Inn Sakaihigashi Eki

Address: 6-2-14 Ichinocho Higashi, Sakai-ku, Sakai, Osaka, Kinki, 590-0952, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 6-2-14 Ichinocho Higashi, Sakai-ku, Sakai, is near Spa World, Osaka Maritime Museum, and Abeno Soho.
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    Travel Blogs from Sakai

    To Friendship and Delight

    A travel blog entry by adventureingenu on Aug 10, 2015

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... paper doors. Once again, I'm in heaven. I can't believe how lucky I am to be able to experience these things, and am very grateful for it all. Something Kyoto is known for is the amount of temples and shrines that dot the landscape like Starbucks in the US. Every corner has some type of torii, sacred garden, dojo or small shrine. It makes the skyline quite interesting and I cannot get over how gloriously different the scenery is. I realized it's probably the ...

    Day 11 - Fushimi Inari and awesome kaiseki lunch

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 28, 2015

    20 photos

    ... none;">?)) throughout Japan.[2]Foxes (kitsune), regarded as the messengers, are often found in Inari ...

    Last day in Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by garthmci on Dec 03, 2014

    5 photos

    We rented bikes from the hotel and rode down to Fushimi Inari, the temple with the famous red arches (made more famous by the movie Lost in Translation) Ella did great riding through the traffic on the busy streets, dodging people stepping in front of her and powering along in general! The temple and the arches were great to see, really felt like you were walking through a tunnel and at the ...

    Began with an earthquake...

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 06, 2014

    22 photos

    ... of a tea ceremony, the Japanese harp, and flower arranging. The Japanese harp is called a 'Koto' and is a thirteen string instrument that was imported from China about 1300 years ago. These acts were followed by court music, 'Gagaku'. The word 'Gagaku' means elegant music but if you watch the video clip attached you can judge whether or not you would call it 'elegant'. I am not sure this is the adjective I would use. The next act was a comic play ...

    Temples, shrines and Torii gates

    A travel blog entry by petturik on May 11, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... another route. Which thankfully worked out. ;-) Imari shrine has lots and lots of orange coloured Torii gates, which are donated by companies or private persons. You basically walk through a tunnel of Torri gates while climbing Mt. Inari. Every now and then interrupted by a shrine. Seeing the beautiful orange gates in the already setting sun gave it a very special atmosphere. The picture i made of them, however beautiful they are, don't do them justice. ...