Kanponoyado Tondabayashi

Address: 880-1 Ryusen, Tondabayashi, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 584-0053 , Japan | Resort
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This resort is located on 880-1 Ryusen, Tondabayashi.
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Travel Blogs from Tondabayashi

Mt. Koya through Osaka and on to Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 27, 2015

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... and see remnants of clothing, pictures taken after the bomb, testimonies from those who lived through it and stories of many others like Sadako who lost her battle with leukemia induced by radiation from the bomb. Hiroshima is a beautiful city. Of course it has all been rebuilt since 1945, so streets are fairly wide and it is well planned out. It is a city at the mouth of the Enko River which empties into the Pacific. With mountains as a backdrop, one ...

Lost in Translation

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Apr 04, 2015

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How to even begin discussing tonight... We weren't sure quite what was going to happen about finding our apartment. After initially booking it communication had been poor. Following an email and 2 very confused phone calls to our host 'Nami' she arrived to 'collect us' half an hour late on her moped. A cartoon character of a woman, she told us off or getting out of the station at that exit as we would have to walk very far (less than 10 minutes). ...

Land of the Occasional Sun

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 07, 2014

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... while the interior underwent a major redesign. The castle walls were still open to the public, which took an hour or so of our time while we learnt about the architecture and history of the castle.

After an ice cream to recover from the heat, we all headed back to Kyoto to pick up our bags from the hostel and head out to our next lodging in Nara. On our way back to the train station we were ambushed by some school children testing their English ...

Day 13 - Nara - Oh deer...

A travel blog entry by mosredna on Apr 13, 2014

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... best temple is by far the Todaiji temple. The building is the biggest wooden structure if I'm not mistaken. Inside is this huuuuuge Budda statue made of bronze. It was really impressive. Oh and did I mention it was HUGE? Nara park is a great place to stroll around for a while. I also loved the pathway to the Kasuga Taisha temple. With the trees and stone lanterns, it felt a little Ghibli. It was ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by suzi.drysdale23 on Mar 05, 2014

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I went on a day tour today, I probably should have done this on one of the first days but oh well! My guides name was Ichiro for the day time part of the tour and a night-food tour with another tour guide named Minako. Both of them were very friendly, fun and knowledgeable. They were very convenient as they picked me up at my hotel and dropped me off afterwards. The group that I tagged along with to the tour was also very friendly and fun to spend the day with, there were a few ...