Rurikei Onsen

1-14 Hirotani Okawachi Sonobecho , Nantan, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 622-0065, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-14 Hirotani Okawachi Sonobecho , Nantan, is near Nijo Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Nantan

Japanese food !

A travel blog entry by marstravel on Jun 30, 2014

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My love for Japanese food is growing and growing ! All we have done this trip is eat eat and eat so far ! We have been to all different kind of Japanese places to eat food and even been invited for dinner at our friends house ! Tess and I love how everything is like tapas style so you eat as much as you like enjoy a drink and feel no need to finish everything . Also it's order ...

Westside story....aka Monkey magic!!!!

A travel blog entry by mrichar.7 on Nov 14, 2013

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... we stuffed a ice cream into our faces under monkey park staff supervision so as not to risk a monkey mugging and started our uphill climb. 163m vertically but what a view. these monkeys had the life. this was a study reserve where zoologists had been observing and keeping family tree records for over 60yrs. they were fed (from inside an enclosure) with food they supplied & you paid for (i might add) and a top view to boot!!! so check out the photos there will be monkey ...

Lots and lots of gold

A travel blog entry by kahdrill on Aug 14, 2013

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... mming", but I couldn't tell since I have never tasted that, or even smelled it. When we were satisfied and full we walked towards the castle. It was so hot this day as well, and as always barely any wind. Unfortunately one is not allowed to take photos inside Nijo castle, so I only took a few from the outside and the surrounding garden, but there was plenty of gold on the painted screen doors inside the castle. I believe that some of the paintings may have been as old as from ...

Japanese Food

A travel blog entry by jaakko.saaristo on Jun 30, 2013

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... fan of shrimp and prawns.

10.7. For supper we had katsuonotataki, inarizushi, hiyayakko and misojiru.

11.7. For supper we had kara-age with ebi (prawns) and ika (squid), kamaboko (surimi, white fish), avocado ham rolls and some full-grain bread with liver paté. The bread doesn't really mix with Asian food, I recommend having bread separately and having a side of rice on such meal. But otherwise it was nice.

Golden Pavilion, Rock garden and shojin ryori

A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan on Oct 09, 2012

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... accidentally came across the Myoshin-ji complex of temples. This is the HQ of Rinzai Zen Buddhism, and was an estate of temples, linked by narrow roadways. As the waqs no interpretation in English and it wasn't in the guidebook, we had to appreciate the architecture for what it was.

Once back at Nijo station we headed back to the hotel and came across another temple with bright red bridges. A family group offered ...