34 Sakyo-ku Nanzenji Fukuike-cho, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 606-8435, Japan
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3 nights/4 days, what to do?

by steven1117

but first off, where to stay?
i'm finding a ton of varying bits of info thru these forums.
would like to find the most for the least.
no bed-bug infested hostels.
no five-star hotels.
something close to sights, but not noisy.
if it had a spa, and was less than 80 USD per night (for a couple), traditional decor, simple, clean, that would be great.
thanks for your help, all.

Re: 3 nights/4 days, what to do?

by steven1117

thanks, jtf, for replying.
i've been scratching my head trying to find a place.
seems i'm getting tons of varying information about price, quality. (ryokan).
people talk of 5000-6000 yen, but all i'm seeing are 15-20,000 places on the net.
we might just take our chances, show up, find a tourist information booth, and go from there.
live dangerously!

Re: 3 nights/4 days, what to do?

by steven1117

thanks again.
will note all of your very useful information.
quite helpful, indeed.

Travel Tips for Kyoto

Cherry blossom in 2006.

by worldkiwi

The sakura or cherry blossom of spring in Kyoto is a sight that always captivates me. On my 2006 trip, we caught the end of the sakura. Here is a scene on the Philosophers' Path in eastern Kyoto from that trip.

Try on a Kimono or Hakama.

by vic&michael

Dress up in Traditional Japanese Kimono or Men's Hakama!
It's fun, and it really put me in a good athmosphere to eat Kaiseki Ryori (10 course traditional meal!) : )
If you can afford to, you should also eat Kaiseki Ryori, found at Japanese Hotels, and Ryokan. Meal may cost between $150-300 USD per person though. There are many courses of small, beautifully presented traditionally cooked Japanse food, using the freshest ingredients. At first, you may think, "I'm gonna need to pop round to Mc Ds after this!" but by the last dish, you will feel SO full, and surprised that you had a good time chatting in-between the many courses, and that so many small dishes made you so full!

It's me in the photo with my tea ceremony teacher, I'm already Asian, so I guess I look Japanese in the Kimono : )

By the shinkansen train from...

by cami2

By the shinkansen train from Tokyo to Kyoto about 300 km it takes 2.5 hours. It costs 124 $ per person one way.
Goooood shoes!!!!!!You'll walk and walk and walk forgetting about that your feet has swollen 1-2 sizes because there's so much beautiful to see in this beautiful city.


by bluestarkc

One of Kyoto's most famous attractions, this temple was originally built in 1397 as a residence for shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. The structure was completely covered in gold leaf, earning it the name Golden Pavilion.


by kat_on_moray

THIS IS MY FAVOURITE THING TO DO IN JAPAN!!! The Japanese know their hot springs!
There are numerous onsens (hot springs) that you can visit in Kyoto, but Kurama is possibly the most easily accessible from Kyoto city and can be easily done in a day trip (something very relaxing to break up the non-stop sight-seeing). The view while sitting in the Rotenburo (outside bath) is spectacular.


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Address: 34 Sakyo-ku Nanzenji Fukuike-cho, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 606-8435, Japan