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

Kyoto to Mt. Koya

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 26, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... and the souls of the deceased visitors make offerings and throw water at the statues. We did not realize that at least this Buddhist sect, and possibly all, have a belief in hell. The water is supposed to help the travelers avoid the fires and move heavenward. It appears that companies such as Nisson erect large monuments but it is impossible to tell without research how it is determined who will be buried there. No women are allowed. One monument was shaped like a 30 foot ...

Japan Back in Time

A travel blog entry by katestanley on Apr 11, 2015

2 photos

... a small cafe and warmed out spirits with the traditional hearty Japanese noodle soup. A million hours later our bus arrived back at Kyoto and completely exhausted after nonstop walking, we just ordered Margherita pizzas as there were not many local Japanese restaurants to be found nearby and we didn't fancy animal entrails or horse meat for dinner, and couldn't be bothered taxi-ing back into 'downtown' Kyoto just for a food safari!

The Imperial Palace & Shimagamo Shinto Shrines

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 04, 2015

12 photos

... Japan. But in any case, the official status now is human—but, according to Shinto belief, like all humans he is descended from the gods.

The gigantic roofs of the palace are made of thick levels of pressed cedar bark, a time-consuming and expensive method that resists insects but has to be renewed every 20-25 years or so (about the life-span of a modern roof, actually). This is also true of the holiest temples and shrines in Japan, ...

Mono monkey saru7

A travel blog entry by drhedgietravels on Jun 25, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... there, we hiked up this mountain until we reached the monkey area. There was a playground with a seesaw, zipline, huge slide and chairs. We immediately went to the zip line and seesaw and played there.

Carlene wanted to see the monkeys so she walked up the slide and saw them.When liana and I were done, we went up too and they were so cute. This was my second time there, so I wasn't like "OMG" but it was still pretty cool. We fed them through a cage and I bought a ...


A travel blog entry by michael.sandi on Apr 21, 2014

26 photos

... we now have tasted the quality of cheap sushi and medium grade sushi. The high grade will be interesting! That would be at the level of Jiro!....ah....one day.

We made our way (with our very tired feet) back to the subway to take the JR line back to Kyoto. What a long and tiring day!

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

We started that day by visiting Fushimi Inari shrine where were there about 30,000 red pillars leading to shrine and the entire walk was around ...