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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      Mochi, Eagles, and The Philosopher's Path

      A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 17, 2013

      15 photos

      ... day, I journaled: "I've just allowed myself to be so happy again, and it's wonderful. I'm excited about life again." This random, spur-of-the-moment trip to Japan was just what I needed after a year of feeling frustrated and out of place. Everything happens for a reason, as my friend Kelly says. It was as if this trip took me by the hand, pulled me into a freezing cold lake, and jerked me into a new reality. With each new gulp of air, I could once again enjoy the silence, the smells, and the sounds of life.


      Day 48 - Gone Walkabout in Kyoto

      A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy on Oct 25, 2012

      13 photos

      ... the guide at the front of the Kyoto station at the pre-arranged spot, and our fellow tourists, a country couple from Dalby in outback Queensland, over in Japan for a conference on animal slaughter, well ok then, they sell beef to Japan, and a very funny IT guy from Belgium, over for an Oracle conference in Tokyo. Fancy meeting an ERP expert in Kyoto, and one named Rick, I bit my tongue a bit and we talked about Kyoto and Japan. The Queensland couple were quintessentially a little ...

      Oh, Deer.. Nara.. Deer me!

      A travel blog entry by mauza on May 30, 2012

      31 photos

      ... capital of Japan from 710 to 784, previously the "capital" was the home of whichever emperor was reigning.. It has far less hustle & bustle with it's city population of approx 400,000.. One doesn't have to walk from from the station to Nara Park , an area of 500 hectares plus.. to be surrounded by some of the thousand plus "tame" japanese spotted"Sik" deer.. considered divine and sacred, God's Messangers... these ...

      In a society of perfect law and order

      A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Oct 17, 2011

      2 comments, 62 photos

      ... to be found everything stills remains spotless. Street stands sells snacks and drinks on disposable dishes. Thousands of people line the streets to buy the snacks. And nevertheless there will be no need for the street cleaners when the festival is over. The Japanese (not one or two but everyone!) pack their trash into their bags or backpacks, take it home and dispose of it. Maybe such discipline really is possible…

      Although the Japanese have ...

      Kyoto - land of the famous bamboo grove

      A travel blog entry by billandkaz on Mar 29, 2011

      2 comments, 50 photos

      ... face, again, a cheap trinket in comparison to his beautiful cards that were really quite cheap to purchase and the tears streamed down his face – my eyes have started to tear up right now as I write to you all and remember his incredible pouring out of emotion – he hugged me so hard and then was so embarrassed (and I think ashamed that he actually touched me – god, I didn’t mind him hugging me, but he appeared to feel that he had done the ...