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

    Kyoto - Just the odd temple

    A travel blog entry by markallen on Dec 10, 2013

    18 photos

    ... shop (just over 2 pounds) and found some very snazzy Christmas waistcoats for our troupe to wear on Christmas day. In the night, we went out to a great little bar and drank plenty of gin fizz and plum wine.

    Although more picturesque than Tokyo, I think that Kyoto lacked somewhat of the edge than it’s successor offers. It feels much more like a tourist city. That’s not to say I didn’t think it was a lovely place to spend a few ...

    Lots and lots of gold

    A travel blog entry by kahdrill on Aug 14, 2013

    37 photos

    ... we went browsing the stores. I was after a good present for Koki as thanks for him taking such good care of me, and for him to remember me by. Ida was after a few things as well so we went browsing a lot of stores, which was fun. First time I had the chance to do that with a female friend. (Sorry guys, it is just not the same to go shopping with a male as it is to do it with a female. We browse stores very differently). A few hours later it was time for us to part ways as ...

    A cake shop with a difference.

    A travel blog entry by peterbreakell on Feb 09, 2013

    10 photos

    ... polite! The children on the train are all very well behaved. There is no loud speaking from anyone. The only loud, spoken, voices I have heard all trip were two american women who were sitting next to each other but like so many americans believed that everyone else should hear their inane conversation. Why do you do that americans? The Japanese are loud at times. When they are advertising their goods they seem to have a need to employ screeching girls or other ...

    Day 418: too much for one title

    A travel blog entry by ursburs on Aug 13, 2012

    ... will join me there tomorrow! Sometimes the goodbyes can be delayed.
    Did I say 'unfortunately' today is some holiday? Well, I take that back as soon as I get to Nara and make a 'fortunately' out of it! It's the holiday of spirits and souls and it is celebrated by lighting candles and lantern everywhere. It is dark outside and the mystically beautiful ribbons of lights are lit all along the temples, lakes and rivers. I follow the solemn procession ...

    Day 16: Nara. Rain, and so many damn deers

    A travel blog entry by apat on Dec 08, 2011

    9 photos

    ... She got stuck, and everyone except her thought it was very funny. I had to drag her out by the feet. Charlotte gave it a go, and got through without a problem, to applause from the gathering crowd. With enough peer pressure from enough people in a language she couldn't understand, Angela decided to give it another go, and this time she dragged herself through. People clapped and several people shook her hand.

    It wasn't until later ...