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 - bars, temples and markets

A travel blog entry by livingthedream on Jun 25, 2014

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... saw nothing came close to Kinkakuji Temple. All gold, surrounded by spectacular gardens and looks like it is sitting in water…. Beautiful!
Last place I visited on this trip was the Nishiki market. Awesome for a taste of Japanese markets and a good place to buy souvenirs too.

Did the karaoke thing!!! Had to be done!!! Highly recommend the experience. Took a while to get ...

A World Treasure

A travel blog entry by travelwriter723 on Jan 19, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

... and quickly found the hotel.

Alas, not the one.

This place had dollar signs all over the building. We thought the price would around $500 a night and one guy at the front desk directed us to our hotel.

Back on the inter-city line and another 30 minute train ride, we reached the destination.

Cold and tired, we reached the hotel around 11 p.m. That included a 9:30 a.m. start in Kyoto and ended near midnight.


Abandoned temple hopping, onsen and sand baths

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jul 09, 2013

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... on small cobbled lanes running up and down the hill with impressive vapour jets erupting from all around. It was an atmospheric scene which felt like we were back in the steam ages, with steam coming from the ground and metal pipes as well as chimneys shooting hot jets high into the nights sky. We found a very nice little local eatery, where we took off our flip flops and sat crossed legged on the raised eating area. The food was great and we tried the local super tasty toriten ...

Temples are in plentiful supply in Kyoyo

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 08, 2013

165 photos

... relevant transport station to the respective site entrance, and then from the entrance gate into the site itself. Unlike churches or temples in most other countries, the temples and shrines in Kyoto are generally big complexes of several buildings laid out in very well kept gardens - they are wonderful places to be in if a peaceful and tranquil refuge is being sought. And surprisingly many people visit to deposit a ...


A travel blog entry by andyandjen on Mar 17, 2013

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... giant pagoda. The further we walked up there were different structures where people were praying. At the top of the hill was a large wooden deck. We couldn't tell while standing on it, but the hillside was actually about a hundred feet below. When we continued around we got to see how big the wooden deck was and how far it was off the ground. After finishing at the temple we made our way back through the lantern lit streets and then across town back to our hotel. We were ...