Wakayama Prince Inn Kainan

Address: 1521-1 Hikata, Kainan, Wakayama Prefecture, Kinki, 642-0002, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1521-1 Hikata, Kainan.
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A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Jun 16, 2014

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... the messages from the Maitreya, a lot of Buddhists want to be interred in the Oku-no-in cemetery surrounding Kobo Daishi's mausoleum. This makes Oku-no-in the largest graveyard in Japan with the remains of over 400.000 people interred here during the last 12 centuries.

From Kyoto I took a couple of local trains east to get to Koya-san. Via a very scenic tram ride and the last bit on a funicular trainway I got to the mountain town ...

Manholes Mania

A travel blog entry by slowloris38 on Sep 05, 2012

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... for Furano Marche visit.

We opted to stay in Kushiro to see one of four seas surrounding Japan, the North Pacific Ocean. The others are East China Sea, Sea of Japan and Okhotsk Sea.

We thought we ...

Day 7: Koyasan or one day living with monks

A travel blog entry by oandb on Apr 15, 2010

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... no-in started at 19:15. The guide was a young monk speaking a good english. Visiting the cemetery by night is even more intimidating, all the more than the path is barely lit. Explanations of the monk were very interesting, especially when we reached the end of the cemetery where sits the Toro-do (lantern hall). To enter the site of the temple, you have to cross a bridge, and the usual tradition is to wash yourself in the river before crossing. Considering the temperature, ...

Koya-san and Toba

A travel blog entry by jossie on Oct 07, 2008

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... kinda way. Afterwards we we also witnessed the 'fire' ceremony which involved more chanting while ritually burning wood and oils. What really got our 'spiritual' senses going though was the immense and very impressive Oku-no-in cemetary/memorial ground....... After Koya-san it was time to start our journey to the east coast. We made it to Toba without ...

Last few days...

A travel blog entry by jasonlew on Aug 02, 2007

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... the cycle over and over and over throughout the whole day. The museum itself was mostly in Japanese. We received earphones that provided very select English translations for certain displays. All in all, it was amazing (and strangely humbling) to me to see that even on the opposite side of the world... where the culture is completely different... over the course of history, people experience the exact same discrimination problems... and there are always people ...

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