Kobe Guest House

Address: 5-58 Kaigan-dori Tarumi-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 655-0036, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5-58 Kaigan-dori Tarumi-ku, Kobe, is near Akashi Kaikyo Bridge and Sumaura Park.
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Travel Blogs from Kobe

Halloween and Wedding

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Nov 02, 2014

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... The night finished up at about 4am and we were at tipping stage, well past full looking forward to a sleep in the next day. The following day we spent some time with Coxy and Moeko exploring Kobe. That night we enjoyed a nice laid back dinner with the Cox and Geddes Clan as they were all heading back to Australia the next day. We tucked into bed ready to head south for a few days to dry out, we planned on seeing Coxy again later in the week in ...


A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Aug 03, 2013

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... just an impersonator giving boat tours...sssshhhhh). Big Asahi billboards were flashing along with ones for various Japanese advertisements. People-watching was fun and we got to see some pretty wild outfits (see the photos for evidence). Walking away from the river was a long shopping arcade filled with designer shops and, of course, Hello Kitty stores for all your Hello Kitty needs! This was the Japan that I had envisioned. I even spotted a "love motel" displaying ...

Hippy hostel and great sushi.

A travel blog entry by nathanjamie on Feb 25, 2013

... Apparently. We walked round and round trying to find the cheap sushi we were told about but everything written in Japanese made it a challenge. Eventually we ended up in a restaurant with a conveyor belt which is what we wanted with the price for the coloured plate. No one spoke English but still we got there in the end and had green tea with sushi! Yum! Yum!!! This was the nicest and cheapest meal we have yet what in Japan so we followed it up with an ice ...

Hanabi, whale sharks, a temple and sky tower

A travel blog entry by johanna.kreutz on Aug 05, 2012

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... same as in real life. the crowd resembled a sea of little screens which looks pretty in a way and forms a quite nice contrast to the traditional clothing.
Then the hanabi goes on for about 50 minutes and it is filled with little highlight moments with special effects like fireworks shaped like hearts or cats or smiley faces or just a mass of colors and light filling the night sky. Then the Japanese viewers cheer and shout with joy (yes they really shout with ...

Letters Home from Japan Day 7

A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Apr 27, 2012

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... br> and blessings of various deities and gods.
They ask for and receive blessings of priests and holy men. Perhaps we should seek to celebrate that
which we have in common and bless that which we don’t understand or agree. I don’t know.
Just a thought.

At 5:30 this morning, I heard strange noises outside
of the open window next to my bed. There
would be a few minutes of a strange ...