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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... san. Here I am staying in a guesthouse with capsule rooms - sort of like a coffin with a door on the back; a bit weird at the beginning but actually very nice to stay in. You have your own space and a nice bed, so nothing to complain about!

The afternoon I got to Koya-san I went on a sightseeing trip with Lucas from Spain whom I had met in the guesthouse. We hiked up a mountain for some great views and then came back to town to see the ...

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A travel blog entry by slowloris38 on Sep 05, 2012

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... all we could by foot in Kushiro. Around Kushiro's Fishermen's Wharf we came across Ganpeki Robata, a famous seafood BBQ restaurant. The Japanese manager of this place used to work in Isetan KLCC near my office.

Embedded metal salmon along pedestrian walkways where most of Kushiro's ...

Day 7: Koyasan or one day living with monks

A travel blog entry by oandb on Apr 15, 2010

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... you can find a basket in which you put all your clothes. You just keep a face towel which will be used to clean yourself and get some privacy if needed. Then you enter the hot bath room itself, and you have to wash yourself (with soap) before using the hot bath. Whatever the method may be compared to other hot bath, the sensation remains the same: deeply relaxing!

And easy for us to sleep afterwards, and be ready for the morning prayers with the monks…


KoyaSan- A night at a temple

A travel blog entry by garethw on May 19, 2008

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I got out of the city and caught the train up into the mountains. It was nice to see lots of greenery again. Once I had arrived at Mount Koya, I booked up for a night at a buddhist temple. In the evening they served me a vegetarian banquet before I went out in the rain to ...

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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