Osakafu Hattori-Ryokuchi Youth Hostel

1-3 Hattoriryokuchi, Toyonaka, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 561-0873, Japan | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Toyonaka

A Plan Well Made

A travel blog entry by mrichar.7


... as a temple with a very large sandpit, housing a number of buddhist monks stricken with severe ADD. don't get me wrong the garden was spesh....but that sandcastle was as big as me!!! and how did they lift the bucket off??? not to mention the sand..... raked to perfection....too much sand for you sand pit??? no hassle just pile it up in the middle, we can level it then rake it! these guys clearly had to much time on their hands....or maybe I'm ...

Midsummer's eve

A travel blog entry by kahdrill

... to improvise quite a lot since it is difficult to find the things we traditionally eat in the midsummer back in Sweden here in Japan. Not even sour cream is easy to find. But my friend made meat balls and we had some small sausages as well and potatoes (both fried and in a salad). The rain keeps falling, but that is to be expected this time of year. Mata ...

Day 48 - Gone Walkabout in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy


... us. Rick was finally connected again, so he was happy about that.
The only iffy thing with eating in Japanese cafes and restaurants is that they still allow smoking at the tables....funnily, it is quite shocking to see some one light up and it is yucky trying to finish your meal with smoke drifting all around you.

About 1.00pm the rain had eased a bit but we would definitely still need our brollies. We went to find out where to meet the guide for our walking tour. We ...

Kyoto - The Promised Land

A travel blog entry by mnm2012


... your pockets need to be lined very deep. The first few days we suffered a bit of shock, especially after Southeast Asia however we slowly accustomed and learnt a few tricks which helped a little bit such as the most useful conbinis and of course airbnb was a massive help given that one of the most expensive things is hotels especially Ryokans which charge exorbitant per person rates even by European standards. This should not however deter anyone from staying at a Ryokan which is ...

Day 5: Kyoto, Katsukura and Krowds.

A travel blog entry by apat


... nari-taisha) which I didn't complain about, because it was something I wanted to see last time, but didn't get the time to do. I never bothered suggesting it because it is a huge walk, which I didn't think Veronica or Angela would be keen for. I was surprised Veronica suggested it.

After a short train ride to the station, which stops directly at the base of the shrine, we started the climb. ...


This hostel, located on 1-3 Hattoriryokuchi, Toyonaka, is near Nishinomaru garden, National Museum of Ethnology, Shirokita Park, and Expoland (Senri Expo '70 Park).
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