Momijiya Bekkan Kawa no Iori

Address: Takao Umegahata, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 616-8289, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located in the Arashiyama/Uzumasa/Takao area of Kyoto, is near Monkey Park Iwatayama, Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine, Daikaku-ji Temple, and Daitoku-ji Temple Complex.
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    Days 109-111 - Kyoto - Kimonos and temples

    A travel blog entry by annadave on Apr 30, 2015

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    ... It was so enchanting and I decided I needed to see it in daylight as well. We looked up into the window of one building and we saw a real geisha entertaining some businessmen! We watched for a while and tried to get photos. We then walked into an area full of gentleman's clubs (to put it nicely!) and girls dressed pretty trashily. Then we happened upon this lovely Chinese temple, all lit up. It was quite big with lots of little buildings and it was so beautiful. Then ...

    Lunch in Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by elaineeustace on Mar 13, 2015

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    Amongst the back streets of Kyoto we were taken to a Japanese restaurant for lunch. Shoes off and sake served. An old wooden building with lots of corridors and lots of rooms, some small some huge. All designed for discreetness. The building itself must be huge and sprawling, not that you would know from the outside. A tardis. And it is surrounded by exquisite Japanese gardens ...

    Trampled at the temple

    A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 11, 2014

    67 photos

    ... a spork, but I guess one would call it a spife? Or maybe it’s called a knoon. Personally, I prefer the latter, for it allows me to speak of a piece of cutlery while everyone around me stares at me in disbelief when I tell them I ate my breakfast with midday.

    I hungrily eat away at my delicious breakfast, shout a gojisosama (said at the end of a meal to express thanks) and rush out of the door in order to catch my train. Kazumi guides me to the station, ...

    Japan - Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Oct 01, 2014

    ... Japanese culture. The show went as such, 'Chado'
    -demonstration of a Tea Ceremony, 'Koto' -playing of the Japanese Harp, 'Kado' -Flower Arrangements demonstration, 'Gagaku' -court music and dance, 'Kyogen' -Ancient Comic Play - this was actually hilarious and they gave us a english translation so we were able to follow along :), Kyomai' -2 types of Kyoto Style Dance, and 'Bunraku' -Puppet Play. All of the acts were amazing, I enjoyed them quite a ...

    Torri gates and Sayonara Japan...

    A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Apr 13, 2014

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    ... ferris wheel car was funny as it included a small stereo that you could sync with your iPhone and play music for the ride. We decided to play some romantic music, and reflect on our love, like a first date… But Kim’s urge to photograph the views over came her love of romantic music and we had pull the plug on the music. To continue with our lazy day we made our way back to the hotel so we could plan some more for South America and finish our relaxing day.