Inn Kawashima

Address: 207-2 Ayazaimoku-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 600-8072, Japan | 3 star ryokan
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This 3 star ryokan, located in the Kawaramachi/Karasuma/Shijo Omiya area of Kyoto, is near Philosopher's Walk, Maruyama Park, Takashimaya, and Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art.
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      Whisky, Bamboo groves and Red gates

      A travel blog entry by daveegray on Apr 27, 2014

      Our final day in Kyoto saw us begin our day visiting the world famous Suntory Whisky museum south of the city in Yamazaki. The friendliness of the staff and the area the museum was in was truly stunning. The tour began and we were shown around all of the working parts of the factory where they make their whisky. This was a great experience and the …

      Golden pavilion and sesame flavoured ice-cream

      A travel blog entry by daveegray on Apr 25, 2014

      Friday morning and it was time to head to see the famous Golden Pavilion but before we got to enjoy a traditional Japanese breakfast consisting of salmon, egg and of course rice, it was a real treat to get to experience this. From there it was a simple bus ride all the way to the Golden Pavilion, again the public transport proved very easy to use. …

      Bullet trains and Geisha wonderment

      A travel blog entry by daveegray on Apr 24, 2014

      So today we headed to Kyoto and to get there we travelled on the Shinkansen (bullet) train. To say I was excited is an understatement, the trains go so fast and really look futuristic. I was highly impressed with the journey and how clean the trains were (everywhere is so clean), the journey was very smooth and even although Mt Fuji didn't show, …

      Kyoto, not as first world as we'd hoped..

      A travel blog entry by reids on Nov 20, 2014

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      ... much like Tokyo, nothing was in English and this one we had to call a bust and move on.

      Our highlight of the evening came when we went to Gion, which is famous for its Geisha's and tea ceremonies, and managed to spot a Geisha walking out of one of the alleys right past Vaughan. I managed to snap a quick picture, pretending I was taking it of Vaughan with her in the background since I had heard that it was frowned upon ...

      Shrines, Temples and Ramen

      A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 05, 2014

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      ... have a lot more Chinese influence in its architecture and seemed more like a fortress then a shrine. The grounds were surrounded by a square wall, with a parade ground in the middle, which was currently being used to set up some sort of concert. The shrine had connected gardens that required an entrance fee (as most gardens do in Japan to cover maintenance costs). Having already seen a garden today and pretty over walking, we decided to take a bus to ...