Aioi Station Hotel Annex
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... on top of Mt Shosha. It's located about 8 km from the castle so I decided to walk, after stocking some extra water to cope with the temperature of 30 degrees. The climb was steep but short and fortunately I didn't encounter any of the wild boars for which several signs at the start of the climb had warned me. Once at the top I was rewarded with a splendid temple in the middle of nowhere. Well, that's what I thought at first. Due to my lack ...
... with a few set hours in the evening for single showers and ohnsen.
In the meantime, there was much exploring of the soy sodden surroundings to be done. The buildings and trees all about the soy sauce factories truly were blackened by the sauce; the air smelled salty and delicious.
... one basement inside. The two main pillars in the tower whose diameters are nearly one meter, make this a tough stronghold indeed.
Shaun Kerridge: Norimura Akamatsu, the ruler of the Harima District in Himeji, built a fort in 1333, and later, his son, along with others, maintained a fort in this area until eventually Terumasa Ikeda, son-in-law of the ShogunI eyas Tokogawa, moved into the castle to rule.
His annual salary, ...
Yeah, right. Nobody in their right mind would storm this castle. And evidently everybody was in their right mind.
An incredible breakfast buffet was the start to our day. I had been emailing a Japanese man who is a cyber friend of our insurance agent, Scott. We had arranged to meet Takahiro Minami in the Hyatt lobby at 8am. He was waiting for us in the lobby and as soon as we could we headed for Himeiji castle. ...
... up a massive fireworks platform for viewing from Himeji castle, but other that i'm not too sure what the purpose of this giant empty space was. Onwards through the park, and to the outskirts of the grounds of Himeji castle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Himeji_Ca stle). It is beginning to become apparent that the castle grounds are mammoth. A moat surrounds the outer castle wall, and the moat ...