Station Ryokan Seiki

Address: 24-5 Kitakarasumaru-cho, Higashi-kujo, Minami-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 601-8017 , Japan | 2 star ryokan
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This 2 star ryokan, located on 24-5 Kitakarasumaru-cho, Higashi-kujo, Minami-ku, Kyoto, is near Fushimi Inari Shrine, Sanjusangendo Hall (Rengeo-in), Tofuku-ji, and Kyoto National Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Kyoto

    Trip to Kyoto for the Equinox

    A travel blog entry by malicifant on Mar 21, 2014

    337 photos

    ... headed back to the station, I looked around before catching the train. It is a cool station, pretty newly rebuilt and is really geometrical designed.

    I was going to look for gloves but apparently this place puts Nordstrom's and Macy's to shame in prices. I was looking at just plain old gloves and they were 30,000 yen, approx. $300. Needless to say I left there without gloves.

    I made it to the train and off to the Bamboo Forest. It was about a ...

    Day 10 - Samurai Jones, he's a bad mutha...

    A travel blog entry by xensor on Sep 12, 2013

    17 photos

    ... much more elaborate armour than their opponent, the opponent would be likely to give up on the spot! All samurai are right handed - if you're born left-handed you get trained to use your right hand only. Oh an it's only men, now women ever!

    After the armour experience it was time to hit the trail once again and see some more sights. First stop was the Kyoto tower which at 100m high is the highest building in Kyoto. It had fantastic views of the ...

    Monkeying Around

    A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013 on Mar 09, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the whisk. A steam wand would have been less work though - but would have shattered the ambience which is an important component of the ceremony. It was an interesting experience. Thanks to this journey I now know much more about tea. However, I have to admit that I won't be preparing tea at my house in the traditional Japanese tea ceremony way very often (if at all) since there's no way I can wait that long for a cup of tea, even on a good ...

    Its raining, we're in Japan - it must be Sunday!

    A travel blog entry by dwmjmm on Sep 30, 2012

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... we thought was heavy rain was in fact Typhoon Jelawat! Its grounded lots of flights from Tokyo and even stopped trains running. It’s forecast to drop 20 inches of rain tomorrow (although I think it probably did that today) - so I can see us staying in the hotel room tomorrow! The big red area on the map on the TV is right over where we are and they seem to be issuing lots of warnings but they are all in Japanese so we have no idea what they are ...

    Exploring Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 24, 2012

    21 photos

    ... were only broken up by the odd shoe shop, fan maker or knife salesman.

    The hundreds of food stalls had some amazing displays, especially the seafood stalls which had everything from white brain to giant crabs at a cool 100 each.

    Our only problem was wanting to try everything but being able to afford nothing.

    So instead we enjoyed the spectacle with our eyes rather than our mouths. ...