Fushiokaku

128-1 Fushiocho, Ikeda, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 563-0011, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 128-1 Fushiocho, Ikeda, is near National Museum of Ethnology.
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    Travel Blogs from Ikeda

    Kyoto, the old capital

    A travel blog entry by henribastien on Jun 12, 2013

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    ... if other people who have traveled Japan have experienced the same thing.


    So guess where I was headed next? That's right, another temple!!! The cool thing about Kyoto is that all of those temples have something very unique, the first one, great rock garden, the second one awesome setting. The third one, Chion In, has a massive main gate (called sanmon) it also has the largest bell in Japan and the fifth in the world at 67 tons. ...

    Day Twenty

    A travel blog entry by delia.brimmer on Jan 29, 2013

    ... for ordering and as I sat down a bowl of stew and a bottle of beer were thrown in front of me. I had no idea what I was eating but I enjoyed it. Later a man who spoke better English came in and explained that I was eating cow tail, liver, tofu, fish sausage and many, many other things. The restaurant has been in business for over sixty years and has only ever served one meal. Men go there after work knowing that they will be served ...

    History of instant ramen

    A travel blog entry by ninjafrog on Mar 10, 2012

    15 photos

    ... br> We can buy the cup 300yen and draw the package.
    Then pick the taste and toppings.
    I have chosen Chili Tomato flavor and picked cheese, asparagus, imitation crab and naruto as toppings.
    A staff packed my original cup noodle !!
    Wonderful :)

    By the way what are you doing when you are waiting 3min. to ready to eat ...

    Kyoto, Day 2

    A travel blog entry by pyres on Nov 18, 2011

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    In the second day of Kyoto exploration we had 3 major sights to visit, so we started early in the morning: bought day passes for buses and headed to Fushimi Inari Shrine. The shrine is the most important of shrines dedicated to Inari, shinto god of rice. The most striking feature of the shrine is thousands of red wooden torii gates forming several kilometers ...

    Mary Poppins n Olivier Varga

    A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Apr 15, 2011

    ... japanese are not encouraged to take holidays as everything is all about work! Crazy people no wonder the suicide rate is so high here, God you wouldn't want to marry a Japanese dentist unless he had bloody good life insurance! This lady gave me the mosh yummy traditional sweet and the young lady who it turns out is 33 gave me a tuna mayo sanwhich, people here are so very kind! The young lady even entrusted her baby bit go me to hold whilst she chased after her run away daughter! ...