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

Chilling in Kobe

A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on May 18, 2015

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... final brewery shop, I gave in and purchased some delicious plum sake. Mike still had plenty of his carton left so resisted.
We had lunch at Matsuya, a rice bowl chain restaurant and then headed back into the city. When we came out of the metro station, there were loads of people lining the streets. A procession with dancing and music-playing was going on and it turned out to be a festival day. We watched some of the passing groups for a while and then went into a ...

A taste of Japanese Whiskey

A travel blog entry by acampen on Mar 30, 2015

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... we found ourselves in a large bamboo forest! These bamboo were approximately 6-10" in circumference, so they must have been quite old. The breeze whispered through the delicate leaves. Tucked away in a grove, a small shrine stood alone.

The final stop of the tour (like all tours) was in the gift shop. We were surprised that, not only were the normal Suntory whiskey lines available for purchase (Yamazaki, Hakushu, Hibiki), but ...

Land of the Occasional Sun

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 07, 2014

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... day of the trip. We checked out of our Kyoto lodging and left our bags to take a quick day trip out of town to see Hemeji Castle. It only took an hour to get from Kyoto by Shinkansen, making it an easy destination to see with our JR pass. Despite the heat and absence of clouds, we had been 'burnt’ by misreading the weather in Japan and came armed with umbrellas. I didn’t feel much like lugging around an umbrella for the rest of the day, so ...

Nara: deer and mystic forest

A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 11, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... of bronze lanterns, also waiting to be lit on lantern festival. Behind the main shrine, there are several smaller auxiliary shrines for twelve lucky gods.

When we walked through the forest and emerged into the city again, it looked extremely rural, there was even a small rice field. We took a peek at Shin-Yakushi-ji temple, which was already closing and also ...

Day 24 - The final day, and the looooong trip home

A travel blog entry by apat on Feb 07, 2014

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... so fast. Seemingly more-so even than both of the previous Japan trips, which makes this blog entry so difficult to write.

I have to admit to myself and the world that the holiday is over, and I'm now bound for normality again.

Our third Japan trip. Am I sorry that we went back to the same country again, and didn't choose somewhere else to go this time? After all, plenty of people have asked why we'd choose to go back to the same place over and ...