Address: 191 Chigiriya-cho, Higashinotoin Higashiiru, Rokkakudori, Nakakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 604-8133, Japan | 4 star ryokan
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This 4 star ryokan, located on 191 Chigiriya-cho, Higashinotoin Higashiiru, Rokkakudori, Nakakyo-ku, Kyoto, is near Nishiki Market, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Pontocho, and Takashimaya.
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    Amazing Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by kylie-san on Apr 02, 2015

    21 photos

    ... a totally different demeanor to them. They walk so straight and fast. She so well dressed and her hair was immaculate. I managed to get a quick snap before she disappeared. It was incredible. We also stumbled upon a couple mid proposal. They were traditionally dressed and had a photographer and some sets with them. They weren't too happy when I asked if I could take a picture, but agreed. We caught the bus back to Kyoto Station and went to the post office to get some ...

    Flying solo!

    A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Dec 06, 2014

    ... but there must be that many more people traveling! wow! But lets face it, who was I kidding, I knew I was going to fall asleep and not really need the window. I boarded the caboose of the train, which looked different then the other cars, more aerodynamic since it was the back! After getting settled into my seat and watching the world zip by for 30 minutes or so, I was out. I still haven't been feeling well, so it was a prime time to sleep. ...

    Making Sushi!

    A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Sep 15, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... to promote peace, tranquility, purity and humility. We enter the hall in the temple, sit on tatami mats and enjoy a tea ceremony that includes whisking green tea power in hot water. Like everything in traditional Japan there is a specific ritual we have to follow.

    After the tea ceremony, we practice Zen meditation. It’s done with your eyes open and deep breaths in counts up to 10. It’s early in the morning and we can here ...

    Monkeys, Monkeys, Monkeys!

    A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 19, 2014

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    West of Kyoto all day today. Got an all day pass on the Randen Train line, one of the many smaller private train companies that operate in Japan. This may be the smallest though, each train is only one car and by midday we had ridden every mile of track in the company. Our first stop was Egamura, a film studio where you can wander through sets used in tv shows of ...

    Kyoto day 4: the regular Japan

    A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 09, 2014

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    ... pretty much promises that everyone is going to heaven no matter who they are. This particular sect of Buddhism is the most widespread in Japan and is practised by 20% of the population.

    After leaving the temple, we followed the guide through some narrow winding streets and peeked inside of a fan workshop (part of a store called Kyosendo). Apparently all fans in Japan are made by hand by artisans in Kyoto. ...