Minami Hikone Station Hotel

Address: 289 Koizumi-cho, Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 522-0043, Japan | Inn
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This inn is located on 289 Koizumi-cho, Hikone.
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      Temple day

      A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Mar 28, 2014

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      ... hit a few more temples, the best of which was Shōren-in, before heading up the river for home. The end to the day is some little bar round the corner from the guest house that plays American music, is covered in memorabilia from there and who's chef has been in NY and Boston for a week. Dinner was some tuna sashimi and sea grapes which tasted great and a couple too many beers. Nice end to what's been a great ...

      The Golden Pavilion

      A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Oct 24, 2013

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      ... finished, so is not covered in silver leaf, just left as wood.
      After the Pavilion we go to the supermarket, this is very tricky indeed, trying to work out what things are, I laugh a lot, if not I might have cried! We decide we want to cook tea as we are a bit sick of eating out, so try to figure out tea and get a few things for breakfast, but even trying to figure out if the milk is half fat or full fat is difficult! In the end ...

      Natsukashii - is just natsukashii

      A travel blog entry by orimono on Oct 07, 2013

      17 photos

      ... found my way back to the I-House. Ahhh, NATSUKASHII. The area has changed quite a bit but the I-House and its immediate surroundings are still the same. I will not bore you with the thoughts that we're running, galloping through my head, but those of you who have been there, well you might remember the 同窓会 movie nights in my room, the tea ceremony meetings downstairs, the parties and kitchen talks. What a wonderful ...

      M's travel notes

      A travel blog entry by orcasinjapan on Apr 19, 2013

      Travel pod log. Wednesday, April 17th The silver pavilion On Saturday, we took a trip to a garden called Ryoanji. Afterwords, we went to a second garden, which I was far more fond of. Known as the silver pavilion, it is a series of buildings surrounded by strolling gardens, filled with carefully and artfully gardens plants, trees and shrubs. You enter the pavilion via a busy shopping district, filled with busy merchant stalls selling cheap souvenirs and finger food to tourists, students ...

      The Philosopher's Walk

      A travel blog entry by al_deb_far_east on Sep 03, 2012

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      ... because we had a woman taxi driver.

      After a shower we had a walk around the old narrow lanes around the hotel and ended up at Paddy-san’s restaurant for another round of yakitori & kushikatsu which Al washed down with a bottle of saki. Because we were such customers Paddy-san sent us a Japanese desert after we had paid. It was a type of sorbet which they explained was made out of a cross between an orange & a lemon.

      We have loved Kyoto and could well be ...