Wakayama Prince Inn Kainan

Address: 1521-1 Hikata, Kainan, Wakayama Prefecture, Kinki, 642-0002, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kainan

Frozen in snowy time

A travel blog entry by vandna on Dec 30, 2013

... world, at which time he will be the only one who can interpret the divine message for all of us simpler humans. Anyway, what is more definite is that for centuries, the monastery grounds have been THE place that important figures (shoguns, emperors, monks) have wanted to be interred or memorialized.

As such, the grounds are densely populated with monuments, most characteristic of which is the stupa, a tower of stacked stone shapes with at least a couple of orbs, ...

Tranquility in the cool sunshine

A travel blog entry by matthayward on Sep 09, 2010

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For approx 35 to 40 mins, the monks proceeded to sing / chant / mumble / pray in a really captivating and spiritual way. It was an amazing experience and I felt really privileged to be there. Towards the end of the ceremony we were all invited up to pray for the souls of our ancestors. A great experience, well worth the early rise for.

Straight after morning prayers came breakfast. Em' was not too please being rallied at 06h45, but she was ...

Chanting Monks and Vegetarian Cuisine

A travel blog entry by campbellot on Oct 14, 2009

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... San and boarded a bus for the short ride into the settlement. People are not allowed to walk along the road and we could see why as the bus snaked its way along the thin winding road. Making our way through the small town to the Ekoin Monastery - our temple lodgings (Shukubo as they are known) – we were greeted by some monks who explained the intricacies of staying in a Buddhist temple. They showed us to our room – a traditional tatami room – and advised us ...

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 ...


A travel blog entry by ellajay on Oct 30, 2006

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... of **** into such a small space and how long it would take to get it all back in again. With the all clear we headed to the railway office with our exchange orders and picked up our rail passes. A lovely lady showed us to the station and we were soon on a train to Osaka city. The ride was cool, we watched the sunrise over the sea as we crossed the big bridge from Kansai airport and marvelled at the vegetables growing in poeple's backyards. We found our way to the hostel fairly ...

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