Taketoritei Maruyama

Address: 1364-1 Arimacho, Kita-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 651-1401, Japan | 4 star ryokan
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This 4 star ryokan is located in the Arima Onsen area of Kobe.
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    A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 31, 2014

    ... 14.00 USD )to store it. From the displays, I had picked my restaurant.

    I pushed through the flag-like short banners that screened the doorway of the restaurant. I held up one finger to indicate the size of my party. A bustling woman restaurant worker spoke to me in Japanese and pointed to my assigned single table. I picked up the menu, found the meal I had seen in the window, and pointed to it when the woman came to take my order. More Japanese, a nod, and ...

    Nearly Over and (Zenned) Out

    A travel blog entry by kelcarmichael on Jun 14, 2013

    117 photos

    ... trail, as soon as you step into them you escape from the bustle of the city into an oasis of quiet calm where you can take a deep breath of the incense filled air and relax. Kennin-ji, the oldest Zen temple in Kyoto, fit this bill perfectly and I spent some time just wandering through the grounds and admiring the Zen rock gardens.

    From there, I walked through more of Gion towards Kiyomizudera Temple, which is perched on a hill with beautiful ...

    Week 8

    A travel blog entry by lukeschuler on Sep 26, 2012

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... hold up food for them, bow to ...

    Day 419: cold noodles and other inventions

    A travel blog entry by ursburs on Aug 14, 2012

    ... far from the station. And again I'm impressed with the hostel's little differences: Curtains to grant some privacy in the bunk beds, are a great invention, but strangely available here in Japan only. And in this place they're even equipped with magnets to close them properly. Another useful thing are the holes in the lamp's plug, for that I can plug in something else on top of it. Then there is the fan: It looks like a fan, but ...

    Blossom, beef and fishy business!

    A travel blog entry by andyandfran on Apr 13, 2012

    38 photos

    ... know what to expect from a zen garden. Yes it's all based on Buddhism and everything (and I mean everything) has some sort of meaning, but what we didn't realise is how much deep thought goes into the reasoning behind all elements in a zen garden. To be honest it wasn't my cup of tea but an interesting experience all the same.

    Afterwards, we got back on the bus and made our way to the wooded hills of Kitayama which is home to Kinkaku-ji the famous Temple of ...