Address: 654-1 Ikadachishimozaiji-cho, Otsu, Shiga, Kinki, 520-0352, Japan | B&B
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Temples, trains and boats

A travel blog entry by juliebowers on Sep 11, 2014

15 photos

... 16 km back down the gorge which took about 2 hours. The boatmen worked really *********e had a long oar and another a long bamboo pole which he used to help propelled/steer the boat along. A third boatman rested, but each took turn swapping each third of the journey. A few mini rapids but nothing more than a few splashes. I happened to sit next to a Chinese woman who screamed every time it got a bit choppy! A very pleasant day!


Kyoto Gion

A travel blog entry by jessmouse on Apr 22, 2014

3 photos

Spent the arvo trying to spy out a real Geisha. No luck. Only seen fake Geisha only too happy to get a photo. Real Geisha are rare to be seen only when the go from A to B and never stop for chit chats or for photos. Gion is the place to find real Geisha. The city here is very old ...

Faster Than A Speeding Bullet (Japan)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 27, 2013

2 comments, 34 photos

... just solid, without windows. I see Panasonic and Sony plants while traveling through the countryside. The train goes through many tunnels through the mountains on the trip. I have a window seat and get to see some pretty country when not passing through a mountain. A cart is rolled through each car with refreshments on it. As the person with the cart enters the car, they stop and bow. When they leave the car, they turn around and bow to the people in the car they ...


A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Jul 31, 2013

256 photos

... They're hundreds of temples but many of the most prominent are spread out around the city outskirts so without the bus it would have been a nightmare getting to them. We walked through Gion a bit trying to find food. We finally found a tiny little tempura shop owned by an older couple. After lunch, the first temple we went to was called Kiyomizu-dera. Originally built in 798, the current renovations date back to 1633. We got off of the bus and began a steep ...

Last taste of Japan

A travel blog entry by henribastien on Jun 14, 2013

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C) They sometime put the faucet right on top on the tank. So you can clean your hand with the water filling the tank. Simply genius


Their biggest coin is 500 yens equivalent to roughly 5 US dollars. That’s 20 times bigger than the biggest American coin (ok I am NOT including the 50 cents or the one dollar, nobody uses them so they don’t count). It feels odd though, before you know it you have 30$ worth of change in your pocket (true ...