Villa Sansui

Address: 761-1 Makinochonishihama, Takashima, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 520-1812, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 761-1 Makinochonishihama, Takashima.
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Travel Blogs from Takashima

The Cat's Castle

A travel blog entry by vandna on Dec 31, 2013

... Himeji). and I hoped to also understand more about the military powers that were so influential on the Emperors and even on monasteries. It turns out that Hikone Castle, even though it is well designed to withstand it,was never really under attack. So it became a place the shogun would visit once in while to make sure his armor was still polished.

The Castle was completed in 1622 and ...

A day of work in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by joshhodapp on Oct 11, 2013

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I had a great tour guide. Her name was Esther, and she is a Kyoto-based architect and designer, who took me around and showed me some great things. Kyoto is extremely rich in heritage and culture. The emperor used to live here, but relocated to Tokyo ...

Meeting Mr Seto

A travel blog entry by richymariner on Sep 26, 2013

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... children; some people like to dress them up, which was
quite interesting). It is also home to the Soundless waterfall which was a very
pretty walk up into the hills above Ohara. We also met Seto-san who introduced
us to fish head sake, tasty rice crackers and told us all about Japan, a really
great person who, like a lot of people we met there, was genuinely friendly and
a pleasure to ...

Foxes, Snakes and Racoons

A travel blog entry by rt9812 on Jan 01, 2013

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... prominent snow topped mountains on two sides. It wasn't what I was expecting. As the temple got nearer, the pathways got busier and the parked cars more abundant- very different to last night's intimate affair. The approach to the entrance of the temple was flanked by stalls selling mainly food and drinks, all of which were unrecognisable to me. The street was packed and everyone was jostling for queue positions around me. At the entrance, Hannah's ...

Azuchi Castle Ruins

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 01, 2013

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... before and I knew it is hard to reach the castle keep, because it sits on the top of a mountain. I didn't like it. Then I remembered another one: Azuchi Castle. It was a bit far, but historically famous and very attractive.

As soon as I arrived at Azuchi Station, I picked up a local map and headed to Azuchi Castle. After about 20 minutes, I saw a parking lot with several cars. That was the one for Azuchi Castle. I was a bit surprised, because ...