Eco and Tec Kyoto

40 Awadaguchi Sanjobocho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 605-0035, Japan
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Shukubo - Temple Lodgings in Kyoto

by genex13

Hi everybody,

I'm a female from germany and I'm going to travel to Kyoto in September.
How can I book a temple lodging in Kyoto (without calling... would be very expensive from germany)?
I wanna stay at Hiden-in with a female friend of mine.

Can anybody help me?

Thx in advance,
genex13

Re: Shukubo - Temple Lodgings in Kyoto

by shi612

It seems only telephone and the land mail work. How about writing to them for booking, with an alternative date or two? Then you have to send 1,000 yen per person as the booking charge. You may need negotiate to avoid expensive remittance charge.

Hiden-in
35 Sennyuji-Yamanouchi, Higashiyama-ku,
Kyoto 605-0977, JAPAN
Tel +81-75-561-8781
Check-in 4 p.m., check-out 10 p.m.
Rate: 4,725 yen (with tax) per person per night and breakfast
Send 1,000 yen by mail in advance. Pay the balance at check-out.

Re: Shukubo - Temple Lodgings in Kyoto

by genex13

Thx for the reply.

I'm going to stay in a a guest house the days before i wanna stay at the temple.
Is it impolite to ask them to arrange an overnight at the temple for me?

genex

Re: Shukubo - Temple Lodgings in Kyoto

by shi612

I don't think it is impolite. I suppose the temple is familier to have foreign guests. You can ask the guest house staff to call the temple for booking.

Re: Shukubo - Temple Lodgings in Kyoto

by genex13

Thanx for the reply.
I will ask at the guest house,
Thank you

Travel Tips for Kyoto

Sign up for cellphone at Narita Airport

by joiwatani

If you are in Japan for business or for sightseeing tour and wanted to have a cellphone where you can get in touch with your family, friends or business partner, you can actually sign up for a cell phone at the Narita Airport Terminal 1, 1st Floor, Arrival Lobby.

The cell phone booth is there close to where you can rent cars. There are sales representatives over there who could barely speak English. The ame of the cell phone company is GRP (Global Rent-A-Phone).

When I signed up for a cell phone, they required me to show them my passport, driver's license where it shows my address and a credit car.

Here's more information of the cell phone rental:

Telephone Numer is 043-243-6662 (From Japan)
+81-43-243-6662 (From Overseas)

Fax Numer: 043-243-2241 (From Japan)
+81-43-243-2241 (From Overseas)

URL: http://www.tokyoay.co.jp/worldphone

Narita Airport Termina 1 rth Floor:Garden Square - 17:30-19:30
Narita Airport Terminal 2, 3rd Floor; Departure Loby -17:30-19:30
Narita Airport Terminal 1, 1st Floor; Arrival Lobby- 17:30-19:30
Kansai Airport 4th Floor, International Departure Lobby - 18:30-19:30
GLOBAL Rent-A-Phone (GRP) - Kansai Airport 1st Floor; International Arrival Lobby- 17:00-22:00
Central Japan Chubu Centrair Airport 3rd Floor: Arrival Lobby - 17:00-20:30 I love the temples, shrines and culture of the old Japan (Kyoto). I love the courteousness and politeness of the Japanese people.

Kyoto: Kiyotaki-gawa Hike Pt. 1

by Intrepidduck

This is an excellent and easy enough hike to do all year round. Much of the trail follows the beautiful wild river. Take note of the near aligator sized giant fresh water cat fish. I saw people swimming in this river so they can't be to much to be afraid of although do so in more open settled areas of the stream to avoid dangerous currents.

Start the walk at the Jingo-ji shrine, buses from Central Kyoto, and follow the stream all the way to Kiyotaki village and on towards eventually reaching a road tunnel. Go through it and one has two choices of train stations for the return trip into Kyoto, Hozukyo the easier one to reach.

To Taxi or not to Taxi

by BorderHopper

We found that taxis were only an option when you're stuck with a load of luggage and you're not "backpacker budget" enough to lug your belonging half way across town. While it may be tempting to just hail a taxi and jump in you'll still have to pay at least 550 yen for the first few kilometers. If you must use a taxi you'll have to cue in line outside the JR stations. If you're not near a taxi stand then you may hail a passing taxi. The drivers are usually extremely courteous & are dressed in a suit with white gloves. Their taxis are immaculate, unlike anything you'll ride in here in the US. Don't ever open the rear door from the backseat because the driver controls when the door is opened...they are automated.

Visit the Nishijin Textile Center

by trvlrtom

The Nishijin Textile Center is a good place to stop for three things:
1 - to learn about the textile industry in Kyoto, with displays that show the history of this district over the centuries. You can also sign up to try handweaving on one of their looms (fee involved)
2 - to watch the free kimono show. There are six or seven shows a day, during which about 7 beautiful kimonos are modeled.
3 - to shop for textiles, kimonos and various souvenirs on the second floor. There is a good variety of high quality men's ties, womens purses and bags too.

You will see interesting fabrics in all the tourist shops in Kyoto, and see women wearing kimonos around town. This center provides depth and understanding to this tradition.

Heian Jingu Shrine

by schmoopy

The shrine was built in 1895 to commemorate the 1,100th anniversary of the founding of the capital. It is a replica to three fifths of the size of the first imperial palace in the ancient capital Heiankyo. Behind it, there is a beautiful go-round style garden with a total area of 30,000 m2 which is well known for the beauty of its weeping cherry trees, Japanese iris, and waterlilies.

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Address: 40 Awadaguchi Sanjobocho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 605-0035, Japan