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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Travel Blogs from Kainan

Up the mountain

A travel blog entry by petturik on May 18, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... temple closes at 5pm and there were no exceptions! So at around 4 i checked in at the lowest reception i have ever been and after filling in the necessary forms and paying for the stay i got a nice tour of the complex. I have my own room complete with tatami mats and a futon. There are two communal baths, one for men and one for women. You have to completely wash yourself before going into the bath (in Japan a bath is not for washing, it's for relaxing!). The bath was ...

Day 413: cemetary and temples

A travel blog entry by ursburs on Aug 08, 2012

... again. I check in and learn my today's lesson number one: Never open a can of beetroots, which has been exposed to airplane pressure-changes, over a hotel's light-coloured carpet. Followed by lesson number two: Beetroot-juice can be washed out of carpets with plain water, but it takes all afternoon. And finally lesson number three: The famous Koyasan temples and shrines are beautiful against the sunset, even if they are closed ...

Koyasan - Peaceful Retreat

A travel blog entry by jetsedder on Feb 10, 2010

6 photos

... I just stuck to the main path where occasionally I would encounter others taking the same walk.

It was a time for reflection, meditation and prayer. Things that most people shy away from yet things that people need in their life more than they realize. Regardless, I was there with my sketchbook and Bible. I was there to hear and get questions answered and as I discovered, the town itself was conducive to it all.

Mt Koya-san & the Shojoshin-in

A travel blog entry by freya691 on May 13, 2008

5 photos

... pathway winding it's way through the tombs and grave's on each side. All different sizes & styles, with moss covering the old ones. There were also a few new ones thrown in here and there and if you explored a little of the beaten track, the graves were more rundown and in disrepair. The lanterns light your way, so it's never too dark and it certainly wasn't spooky. I just wished I knew what I was looking at! In hindsight a guide would've been perfect ...

Last few days...

A travel blog entry by jasonlew on Aug 02, 2007

69 photos

... we could afford... udon with fugu.... as well as some fugu sashimi! To be honest, fugu tastes just like regular fish sashimi... but, it definitely was a great experience! We downed the sashimi and noodles... and headed back out. By that time, we were ready to head back to the hotel. After a few hours on the internet, we packed it in. The next day we'd be doing a little more touring... then hopping the overnight bus to Tokyo! The next morning was Tuesday morning. We ...

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