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

Steeped in culture and beauty, lovely Uji and Nara

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on May 13, 2015

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... through the beautiful Yoshikien Gardens, populated by wild deer that are far too demanding for food than is comfortable, and headed for the Kasuga Taisha Shrine. It was a lovely walk but, not really understanding the spiritual aspects of the Shrine, we were a little disappointed, because nothing was written in English and we found it hard to identify with any spiritual significance.

We were hoping to see Kofukuki Temple and the Three-storey ...

Kyoto impressions - Dalia

A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 25, 2015

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... long day, but i enjoyed it. I wished there was more time for us to walk around in the temples but I understand that our time is limited. I think that the food of our trip could of been better, since we are in Japan we should really try out the sushi and sashimi. We should of also have a chance to experience the onsens in Japan. Other then that I hope we have a great tomorrow at Shinsaibashi. - Dalia De ...

Nishiki Food market

A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 02, 2014

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Many stores of colourful food ingredients, displayed in transparent plastic wrapping, as is the style here- no cardboard box to conceal the disappointment you will feel on opening the packaging and comparing it to the 'Serving Suggestion' image, almost all ...

Temples, shrines and Torii gates

A travel blog entry by petturik on May 11, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... up the Shuinchou which i gave off some 20 minutes earlier. This was the second beautiful hand drawn seal. I kind of suprised the lady behind the counter by accepting my book with two hands and saying "Domou arigato gozaimashite" (a polite thank you). She smiled and exclamated a brief "Oooh" so i guess i pronounced it the right way. :-) After that it was time to go to the Imari shrine. Since Google maps helped me well up to this point i decided to follow ...

Kyoto day 1: temples and geishas

A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 06, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... and, of course, tons of blossoming sakuras. We walked through Yasaka shrine (filled with tourists) to Gion district, the famous geisha district. Walking through Hanami-koji street (mostly lined with fancy tea houses) we spotted not one and not two, but three real maiko! You can tell a real maiko (or a geisha) from a tourist ...