Kameya

Address: 2-11-3 Akutagawacho, Takatsuki, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 569-1123, Japan | Ryokan
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Location

This ryokan, located on 2-11-3 Akutagawacho, Takatsuki, is near National Museum of Ethnology and Oyamazaki Villa Museum of Art.
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Travel Blogs from Takatsuki

I Have Been Blessed by a Shinto Priest

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 06, 2015

10 photos

... ceremony was completed. He also told me that he and a high-level priest at the shrine had mentored a young girl to be in the most important ceremonial procession, called the Aoi Matsuri, and held annually on May 15th. She has gone from appearing as a child in this procession to an impressive career.

When we arrived at the shrine we entered the beautiful grounds and were greeted by a kimonoed young woman who carefully took down our ...

Snow Monkeys and Kyoto

A travel blog entry by mjgoodie on Nov 10, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... take any pictures as I was moving to fast and the windows were dirty but believe me when I say it was beautiful! I arrived in Kyoto. I took a taxi to my hotel. Got all checked in and off I went and walked to the Gion district. Very cool! I walked all the way to Gion Corner. There is a traditional show there that I will go to tomorrow at 7 as I forgot my passport and it is cheaper with the passport. I also didn't bring my camera because I just wanted ...

Land of 1000 Temples

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on Jun 03, 2014

23 photos

... which itself has even more restaurants and shops. It's kind of like the Takashimaya Times Square building in Tokyo - except with bonus transportation and hotel, and more interesting architecture. There's even a rooftop garden, although unfortunately the outsides of it have dark grey tinted, reflective glass so it's hard to see out of or take good pictures. The garden also had a description of the architectural design of Kyoto Station - which was ...

Day 18 - A marathon walk through ancient Kyoto

A travel blog entry by apat on Feb 01, 2014

17 photos

... to Kiyomizu-dera would be exceptionally pretty, if you could see it. I guess arriving there at midday on a Saturday wasn't the best piece of planning I'd ever done, but it was just insane. The road to the temple is a narrow path, possibly a few meters wide, on a decent incline, lined with merchants on either side. These merchants were a massive hindrance to traffic flow, because it meant that the edges of the path contained ...

Kyoto and Osaka

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Sep 30, 2013

3 comments, 22 photos

... off the train and be confronted by a fair amount of concrete high-rise architecture, most of which is fairly directly opposite to the mental picture of Kyoto one develops from the guidebooks. Guidebook Kyoto does exist, but it is mostly situated around the edges of the city, and also hidden here and there throughout the body of the city. Our hostel was not far from the train station; as in Takayama, our room was a traditional tatami room with futons, rather ...