Sparkling Dolphins Inn Kyoto

Address: 56 Kamigoryocho, Higashi Kujyo, Minami-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 601-8015, Japan | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 56 Kamigoryocho, Higashi Kujyo, Minami-ku, Kyoto, is near Fushimi Inari Shrine, Sanjusangendo Hall (Rengeo-in), Tofuku-ji, and Kyoto National Museum.
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      Historical Japan and the typhoon

      A travel blog entry by inesoca on Aug 07, 2014

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      ... in recent days so it was just magical. It reminded me for a second of end of the day in a summery Lisbon. -Kodai-Ji. Located in a Hill in the limits of the city, offers a stunning temple with stunning views over Kyoto... And Osaka. It was next to the biggest cemetery I had ever seen. It was dark yet beautiful as it was placed in the hills. -The kimonos. They are everywhere in Kyoto. In the shops, in the metro, in the streets. Might I add in my ...

      Kyoto- Temple, Temple, Temple

      A travel blog entry by kayleyandy14 on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... and easy to use. Here you do not pay when you get on the bus, you pay when you get off. This actually works... here that is, you would never use this system in London. You would never get anyone paying for journeys but here people respect each other and seem to play by the rules, we must admit it makes life a lot easier.
      So we jumped on our number 12 bus and headed to the Yasaka-Jinja Shrine. Shrines are nice places to look at for a couple of minutes, but ...

      Temples, temples and more temples!!

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Apr 08, 2014

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      ... and then another moat within the castle. The castle had a lot of history. It was built in 1603 and was completed in 1626 My favourite thing about the castle was Ninomaru palace which was pretty impressive. All over the palace they had squeaky floor boards so that they know when they are being attacked. The floor design is called a nightingale floor. Also in the palace it had some impressive paintings amongst the all the rooms. Some of them were taking down to be restored. We took a ...

      Trip to Kyoto for the Equinox

      A travel blog entry by malicifant on Mar 21, 2014

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      ... the Kyoto Imperial Palace in 1893.In 1867, the Ninomaru Palace was the stage for the declaration by Tokugawa Yoshinobu, returning the authority to the Imperial Court. Next year the Imperial Cabinet was installed in the castle. The palace became imperial property and was declared a detached palace. During this time, the Tokugawa hollyhock crest was removed wherever possible and replaced with the imperial chrysanthemum.In 1939, the palace was donated to the city ...

      Kind Acts of Kyoto

      A travel blog entry by enajmi on Jan 19, 2013

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      ... tasted kind of like cinnamon oolong. We did doubt at the end that these were special Kyoto edition kit kat bars. Sadly, I felt the need to get all of them and the realized I might not ever taste them again...unless I travel back to Kyoto! I tried my best to stay awake (out of fear of waking up to another empty car) but passed out about a half hour into the ride.

      We got into Tokyo station and then took a local train into Shinjuku which is a district in tokyo. We ...