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

... the Mizumuke Jizo, buddhist statues which you splash with water to pray for departed loved ones, which i did. Then before you cross the Gobyo-bashi you bow for Kobo Daishin and enter the sacred bridge. Unfortunately photography was not allowed around or in the mausuleum but the thing was beautiful and impressive. As i got back from the mausuleum there was a very small structure standing in the middle of the graveyard. It had a small hole in it, through witch you could ...

Manholes Mania

A travel blog entry by slowloris38 on Sep 05, 2012

17 photos

... were located.

Looks like copper tooling but shinier.

The opening up of Japan was through this port. Today it is modern and in addition of ships, there are hordes of photographers here. Judging from their ...

Koyasan - Peaceful Retreat

A travel blog entry by jetsedder on Feb 10, 2010

6 photos

The response I got from most Japanese when I mentioned that I was going here was, "Why do you want to go there?" or "What is that place?" The truth is, this was one of those places which had some reputation for tourism but not enough that locals would hear about it. Unlike, for example, the temples of Kyoto during cherry blossom season or the giant Buddha statue of Nara.

My reasoning for going there went beyond ...

Mt Koya-san & the Shojoshin-in

A travel blog entry by freya691 on May 13, 2008

5 photos

... out over our garden and then went walking to find firstly some lunch. Not far up the road was a restaurant and I had a feed of tempura and Pete had Chinese noodle soup with the mandatory beer. We walked past many different monasteries all offering accommodation and went and visited the following: Kongo buji-mae, Rokuji no Kane, Fudodo (my favorite), Kondo, Konpon Daito. The Fudodo was said to have been built in 1198 by Gyosho Shonin and is the oldest ...

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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