West Lake Hotel Kaitorou

2-1-6 Adogawachochuo, Takashima, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 520-1216, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Takashima

Culinary observations from Kyoto

A travel blog entry by christineatkins


... shrine for some orange tori (non-politically motivated) gate action; and Arashiyama to take a wander through a bamboo grove and up a hill to see some monkeys. The monkeys were a massive hit, luckily since it was a long way up and Eloise let us know her thoughts on the location every step of the way. Maybe we worked off some of those delicious Japanese cakes...no wild monkey reserve will make me forget the Parmesan-shiitake ...

Day trip to Nara

A travel blog entry by guykb


... go all agro, some look sad and helpless, some look adorable - whatever works for them I guess. The girls tried to be even handed with how they shared out the food. Maggie's style was to give each of the first six deer a full cracker each. Georgie tried to be more even handed and break the crackers into smaller pieces to feed more. Anyway, deer feeding over, we walked on and found that the first place we were due to visit - Isui-en, a renowned garden - is closed for maintenance. ...

Second ME day

A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams

... sit on porch and read but I am tired of being a pincushion. Decided to take a walk with my ipod. Miss my music. Good escape from my constant ear ringing. I went to 7 Eleven and got an ice cream. Walking back what amazed was me is the amount quiet and stillness in Japan. No honking horns, yelling at people. Just calmness and smiles. Also none of the bikes are locked up. Just the way it should ...

Ni (2) Days In Kyoto

A travel blog entry by chiguire


... station with sushi and Japanese vodka, mizuwari style, (diluted in water and ice) followed by cake at "Malebranche", the pātisserie where only real men go (it was next to the male underwear section of the local department store and most patrons were actually of the female persuasion).

We then took a JR local line to Fukasuka station in the South and proceeded to climb Mt. Inari passing through thousands of Torii (Doors), hundreds of shrines protected by ...


A travel blog entry by enajmi


... to head over to the imperial palace. We hopped on a bus only to realize that there were no signs to tell us what stops we were at. We guessed what we thought was the correct spot and found itself at Nijo castle.

Parts of the castle had been preserved and was very similar to how it had been in the 17th century. We were able to walk through some of the castle to see the different rooms that were used by the shogun. I think there were five ...


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