Arashiyama Benkei

Address: 34 Sagatenryuji Susukinobabacho Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 616-8385, Japan | Ryokan
 
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Location

This ryokan, located in the Arashiyama/Uzumasa/Takao area of Kyoto, is near Monkey Park Iwatayama, Kyoto Tower, Katsura Imperial Villa, and Daikaku-ji Temple.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Spa
          • Restaurant

          Features

          • Minbar in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Breakfast Available
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Hot tub
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms

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          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • Meal plan
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Arashiyama Benkei Kyoto

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          Travel Blogs from Kyoto

          Kyoto

          A travel blog entry by chrisphil on Jul 12, 2015

          12 photos

          ... we were able to enjoy the rock garden almost for our own, doing nothing, just sitting there and enjoying the calm and the wooden structure. We then went to Ginkaku-ji and this was my favourite place. It had a beautiful garden going up a hill and giving view over Kyoto. I liked it a lot.

          Our last stop was at the Museum of Traditional Arts & Crafts, we were particularly interested with the free demonstration of the pottery and other traditional art thing so we ...

          Bunny Island

          A travel blog entry by daisy_and_alex on May 07, 2015

          1 comment, 30 photos

          ... set about burning and dumping everything, the museum told us that people working there were so scared of the repercussions that some women carried poison capsules around with them just in case.

          Once we’d made the five hour journey back we bravely went to a Teppanyaki restaurant where we ate some noodles with seafood, and some kind of hash with cheese sauce on top, which tasted nearly exactly like Heinz spaghetti in tomato sauce with cheese.
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          Bullet Train

          A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Apr 28, 2015

          1 comment, 3 photos

          ... few hours getting maps, studying the bus system and routes, locating what we wanted to see in Kyoto and then figuring out how to get there. That time for planning turned out to be a blessing. The next morning we knew where to get tickets, the day-long bus pass was a bargain, where the bus station was and what stop to exit. Kyoto, here we come.

          Our favorite part of Kyoto was in the hills lining the Eastern side of the city. ...

          Day#7 in Kyoto

          A travel blog entry by anankuma145 on Oct 05, 2014

          17 photos

          ... time to disembark. Find your way to the Karasuma exit. On the way, I had to get to the information desk to purchase a 3 day Kansai Through pass which is of awesome value since it allows you to board any bus or train in Kansai region which includes Kyoto Osaka Nara Kobe among other places. It costs around 5200 yen each but completely worth it in my mind. Once I procured the tickets, I found my way to the taxi stand where I got a cab to Kyoto Royal hotel and spa.

          My ...

          With the Shinkansen to Kyoto

          A travel blog entry by petturik on May 10, 2014

          9 photos

          ... departs. Since Kawaguchiko isn't a Shinkansen station you have to get to Mishima first, either by bus or train. I decided to take the bus because it would save some time compared to the train. But as (almost) always in Japan you have to buy a ticket at a separate counter first and then hand the ticket over to the busdriver. The friendly man behind the counter told me i just missed the bus by 4 minutes and the next one going to Mishima Station ...