Hotel Sanoya

Address: 539 Higashishiokojicho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 600-8216, Japan | 3 star ryokan
 
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This 3 star ryokan, located in the Kyoto Station area of Kyoto, is near Sanjusangendo Hall (Rengeo-in), Tofuku-ji, Kyoto National Museum, and Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Kyoto

    Temples Galore in Kyoto!

    A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Apr 20, 2015

    78 photos

    ... at Kiyomizu-dera, which seemed to be the hot-spot for fieldtrips of irritating high-school students. The Fushimi-Inari Shrine was also quite special. Here, there are thousands of bright orange traditional gates which lead you through the grounds along with amazing orange pagodas and shrines. These temples were built in 701AD, but you would never know as they are so well maintained and seem to always sport new a coat of bright orange paint. We also visited the emperor's ...

    I Think I'm In Love With Kyoto.

    A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 01, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... oblivious to all the attention. She was classy.  The second thing that stands out is the visit to Kiyomizudera, the first temple I visited for the day. This is a Buddhist temple, and there is a small shrine right next to the main temple called Jishu-jinja, which seems to be dedicated entirely to love. There are 2 stones in front of the shrine, one of which is called the "love stone". The stones stand 18m apart. People ...

    Kyoto and Nara

    A travel blog entry by mjgoodie on Nov 11, 2014

    22 photos

    ... to pass through this hole. Apparently it is a sign of good luck. This big girl did not try....I will have to find good luck else where. Out front of this temple there are thousands of deer. They roam freely around and will even come up and nip your pocket looking for food. They sell biscuits for the tourists to feed them. I did not partake in the feeding, but I did get nipped a few times. Finally we visited the Kasuga-Taisha Shrine. This one ...

    Shrines, Temples and Ramen

    A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... to buy another umbrella (they already had ones they left at the hostel). They were only 400 yen, so no biggy.


    The main selling point of the Ginkakuji temple was the gardens. The temple itself was not open to the public; however the gardens were very well kept with a path to follow. Half way through the walk the rain finally ceased, allowing for some brief photos of the sunlight shining through the water droplets that covered the garden ...

    Aussie girls don't wash

    A travel blog entry by benandmartin on Mar 13, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... although the temples themselves are magnificent, it is the grounds that give them their beauty. We took a stroll down Philosopher's Path, which is the pictureque cherry-tree lined canal that everyone imagines when they think of Japan and the place where 20th century philosopher Nishida Kitaro walked for daily meditation. However, we arrived in Kyoto a couple weeks early of full bloom so the canal looked more like Leeds beck. More culture involved visiting ...