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  • Nara - Abiyoyo
    monks risk their lives to cross the sea to China and brought back advanced knowledge and technologies of the Eurasian continent as well as Silk Route treasures They had brought back Kanji Chinese characters musical instruments costumes and valuable cultural assets from China Buddhism was introduced by Korean which had shaped the religion in Japan Cut glass bowls cups and pitchers from Persia cups of Indian rhinoceros horn inlaid with mother of pearl from the South Seas Lapis lazuli from Turkey and the knowledge of architecture came from Greece and the Roman Empire Most of Silk Routes treasures survived over 1300years had been stored in a treasure house of Totaiji Temple so called Shosoin but now they are in the Nara National Museum http www narahaku go jp The main building of Totaiji Temple is known as the largest wooden building in the world and it is worldly famous for its 16 21 meter high statue of Buddha so called the Great Buddha http www pref nara jp english Horyuji Temple is located on the outskirts of Nara and it is the world s oldest wooden structure established in 607AD still in existence Although it is built in wood ancient Greek Style structure is applied in the columns Entasis so that you can see a little piece of the Parthenon http www horyuji or jp Kofukuji Temple also cannot be missed it is the temple with its five storied pagoda facing the beautiful pond called Sarusawa no ike http www kohfukuji com Nara is less than 1 hour away from Kyoto Osaka by Train or by Bus Nara will make your day Transportation From Kyoto By train Kintetsu line for Kintetsu Nara station is the cheapest fastest takes 45min From Osaka By train Take JR Yamatoji line Yamatoji Rapid at

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  • Tokyo National Museum 東京国立博物館 - Abiyoyo
    other facilities There are restaurants and shops inside the museums All information is provided in Japanese Chinese English French German Korean and Spanish Photography without flash is permitted unless otherwise indicated Admissions Adults 600yen University Students 500yen High Junior Elementary school students persons under 18 and persons over 70 Free Special exhibitions require a separate admission fee Hours 9 30 17 00 last admission at 16 30 Open until 20 00 on Fridays during special exhibition periods basically April December Open until 18 00 on Saturdays Sundays and National Holidays basically April September Last admission 30 minutes before closing Access JR Line 10 minutes from Ueno or Uguisudani Station Ginza or Hibiya Tokyo Metro Line 15 minutes from Ueno Station Chiyoda Tokyo Metro Line 15 minutes from Nezu Station Keisei Line 15 minutes from Keisei Ueno Station Address 13 9 Ueno Park Taito ku Tokyo 110 8712 Tel 03 5777 8600 To Eat In the Tokyo National Museum TNM there are 2 gorgeous restaurants The customers only for the restaurants can ask for 1hour free admission at the reception Why not enjoy lunch in cultural atmosphere Restaurant L accord 1st floor Toyokan Hours 10 30 Closing time of TNM From the menu Lunch 2 100 yen Today s Soup Minced Fish Steamed with Seaweed and Roast Beef with Watercress Tempura Bread or Rice Assorted Dessert Coffee or Tea Hotel Okura Garden Terrace 1st floor The gallery of Horyuji Tresures Hours 11 00 Closing time of TNM Tel 03 3827 7600 From the menu Lunch Plate 1 980 yen Today s Fish Poler Ravigote Sauce Bread or Rice Coffee or Tea 2009 Yumiko Kato No items found Some Guides available soon Related contents Tokyo National Museum Tokyo National Museum Honkan Tokyo National Museum Horyuji Ueno Park Tokyo National Museum Honkan Toyokan

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  • Ryokan-Traditional Japanese Accomodations - Abiyoyo
    the majority of ryokans these meals are served in the guestroom At some ryokans the meals are taken in a large dining room or a private room specially for the purpose but the heya shoku dining in the guestroom is the most common style of eating at Japanese ryokans Heya shoku are full course meals and quite different from room services provided at hotels which are usually light meals This reflects the spirit of hospitality unique to the Japanese who cordially welcome guests by treating them to sumptuous meals prepared with the greatest care At a Japanese ryokan it is common for guests to take off their shoes at the entrance and to change into slippers or zori Japanese sandals This custom which is also practiced in ordinary homes stems from the tatami culture The tatami is an indoor flooring peculiar to Japan Rice stalks are dried into straw which is then firmly bound with thread and covered with woven rush on the surface to produce a rather thick mat The tatami mat is also used as a measuring unit and the number of mats used in a room corresponds to the floor space of the room The suppleness and excellent moisture absorbing and releasing qualities and acoustic absorption and sound insulation properties make the tatami mats well suited to the Japanese climate The tatami culture is also closely linked with the Japanese food culture which consists of rice as the staple food When entering a tatami matted room you must also take off your indoor slippers By not walk over tatami mats with shoes Japanese show their respects for rice In recent years at an increasing number of ryokans the guests do not have to remove their shoes at the entrance but can keep their shoes on as far

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  • Ryokan in Tokyo - Abiyoyo
    of Tokyo The ryokan rooms are traditional tatami mat rooms with the standard low table a dresser including a small refrigerator Provided some rooms include a private shower and bath why not try the two public baths which are outstanding Enjoy a ryokan experience in Tokyo surrounded by Japanese traditional décor and hospitalities Ryokan Ryumeikan Honten Hotel 17000yen 2person room Kanda Surugadai 3 4 Chiyoda ku Tokyo Japan Established in 1899 it is located in quiet neighborhoods being in walking distance of the used book district around Jinbocho as well as Akihabara the electronic town It is a great experience sleeping in Futon on tamtami mats like Japanese do traditionally The room is clean and spacious staffs are friendly and helpful It will makes you feel much more local and not faceless touristy as one might get in the larger hotels JR Ochanomizu station 3min walk which is a good news for JR pass holders Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa 7500yen person night 1 30 10 Asakusa Taito Tokyo Prefecture 111 0032 Japan Looking for an unique experience in Tokyo This is an ideally located ryokan if you are planning on scoping out the Ueno and Asakusa areas It is a 2 minute walk to Sensouji temple and Nakamise street A good portion of western style breakfast toast fruit juice coffee is only 550yen which would be the price of a cup of coffee in Tokyo If you get the bathroom included in your room make sure you are small enough to fit in the bathroom Public bathroom Onsen is available as well as a shower room for shower lovers A room with western style toilet can be selected on demand 2010 Yumiko Kato No items found Some Guides available soon Related contents Asakusa Nakamise Senso ji Tokyo National Museum Honkan Toyokan

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  • Il Friuli-Venezia Giulia - Abiyoyo
    costruita nel sec XVI Con il suo fossato i bastioni i rivellini il continue view album Trieste tra il Carso ed il Trieste Trieste per la sua posizione geografica per l altera bellezza per lo splendore e luminosità continue view album Trieste e Dintorni Trieste Prima o dopo aver visitato Trieste non si può omettere di conoscerne gli interessantissimi dintorni La Riserva naturale delle Falesie di Duino è un aria protetta a strapiombo sul mare continue Un utile consiglio FVG Card Trieste Scoprire il Friuli Venezia Giulia diventa facile e conveniente acquistando la FVG Card pass partout elettronico con il continue view album Itinerari di culto triestini Trieste Trieste in quanto Porto Franco dell impero asburgico è stata un centro cosmopolita che ha ospitato nel continue view album Cenette spuntini e caffè a Trieste Alcuni consigli su dove andare a mangiare a Trieste Ristorante Al Nuovo Antico Pavone Via Gramula continue view album Dove dormire a Trieste Trieste Grand Hotel Duchi d Aosta 4 stelle Nella piazza più suggestiva di Trieste offre alloggi di lusso continue view album Shopping triestino Trieste Se ne avete la possibilità il consiglio è quello di dedicare un giorno intero a gironzolare per tutti i continue view album Servizi Pubblici e Turistici Trieste Agenzia Turismo Friuli Venezia Giulia Piazza Unità D Italia 4 Tel 39 040 3478312 continue view album La cucina di Trieste un mix Trieste La cucina di questa città ricca di storia vanta una grande varietà di ricette di origine venete continue view album Produzioni librarie su Trieste Trieste La Trieste del Novecento ha generato scrittori di grande spessore letterari che nei loro scritti hanno saputo continue view album Dormire ad Udine Udine Best Western Hotel Là di Moret Viale Tricesimo 276 33100 Udine UD 4 stelle Tel 39 0432 545096 www

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  • Salamanca, Plaza Mayor - Abiyoyo
    en el ala este descubridores en el ala sur y personalidades importantes de la ciudad en el ala oeste El pabellón norte el del ayuntamiento sufrió variaciones durante su obra En el proyecto inicial estaba previsto que tuviera dos torres pero se acabó el presupuesto y tuvieron que construir sólo la espadaña con el reloj y las campanas c 2009 Rocío Orovengua León Salamanca Ubicada junto al río Tormes Salamanca es una de las ciudades renacentistas más espectaculares de Europa Se conoce como la ciudad continue Related contents Salamanca Casa de las Conchas Salamanca Palacio de Monterrey Salamanca Casa de Doña María la Salamanca Casa Museo de Unamuno Salamanca Catedral Nueva Patio de las Escuelas Salamanca Plaza Mayor de Salamanca Salamanca Salamanca Iglesia de San Marcos Salamanca Convento de San Esteban Salamanca Torre del Clavero Salamanca Universidad Salamanca Torre de los Anayas Catedral Nueva de Salamanaca Convento de las Dueñas Salamanca Comments Related TAGS No comments yet To comment you have to log in Not registered yet Sing up here Plaza Mayor Palacio de la Salina Salamanca palacio museo Casa de las Conchas Casa Museo de Unamuno noche Castilla y León Convento de San Esteban Palacio de Monterrey Iglesia de

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  • Soria, Iglesia San Juan de Rabanera - Abiyoyo
    situada en pleno casco urbano de Soria frente al palacio de la diputación Sus rasgos distintivos son su planta de cruz latina poco habitual en el románico castellano y su ábside con dos ventanas en vez de una o tres como era lo habitual En los siglos XV y XVI el templo sufrió importante modificaciones Se añadieron capillas laterales y se elevó la torre sobre su crucero Otro dato curioso es que la portada que exhibe hoy en día no es la original Fue traída e injertada de la iglesia de San Nicolás durante una restauración a principios de siglo 2009 Rocío Orovenga León No items found Some Guides available soon Related contents Soria Soria Ermita de San Saturio Soria Campo Soria Museo Numantino Soria Concatedral de San Pedro Soria I Soria Palacio de los Condes de Soria Plaza Mayor Iglesia San Juan de Duero Claustro Soria II Soria provincia I Soria Provincia II Vinuesa Molinos de Duero Almazán Comments Related TAGS No comments yet To comment you have to log in Not registered yet Sing up here Concatedral de San Pedro Soria Provincia de Soria museo palacio Ermita de San Saturio concatedral ermita Castilla y León España iglesia Palacio

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  • Burgos, Cartuja de Santa Maria de Miraflores - Abiyoyo
    1441 adoptó su actual nombre Cartuja de Santa María de Miraflores tras una reconstrucción en 1453 De todo el conjunto destaca la iglesia con portada en gótico isabelino En su interior alberga verdaderas joyas del arte gótico tardío como el retablo de madera policromada y los sepulcros reales También son admirables la sillería gótica del Coro de los Padres y la sillería renacentista del Coro de los Hermanos así como la famosa escultura de San Bruno de comienzos del siglo XVII y la tabla de la Anunciación de Berruguete 2009 Rocío Orovenga León No items found Some Guides available soon Related contents Castrillo del Val Monasterio de Burgos Burgos Monasterio de San Juan Burgos Iglesia de San Lesmes Burgos Iglesia de San Lorenzo Burgos I Burgos Palacio de Iñigo Angulo Burgos Castillo Burgos Catedral Burgos Catedral de Burgos Burgos Arco de Santa Maria Burgos Iglesia de San Nicolás de Burgos Museo Catedralicio Burgos Monasterio de Fresdelval Burgos Torre de Albillos Comments Related TAGS No comments yet To comment you have to log in Not registered yet Sing up here España Catedral de Burgos Monasterio Museo Catedralicio Castillo Iglesia de San Nicolás de Bari Provincia de Burgos Monasterio de Fresdelval iglesia

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