1-8-1 Chayamadai, Sakai, Osaka, Kinki, 590-0115, Japan | Hotel
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Kyoto Touring

A travel blog entry by trishgriechen


Brilliant sleep, great brekky and on the bus by 8.30. Our guide, Hiro, is taking us to three places this morning. The Golden Temple and the Imperial Palace amongst them. We viewed the lake which inspired Monets lillies and a beautiful zen garden. Kyoto was the capital of Japan prior to Tokyo and the emperor lived here. Massive ...

The wait is over!

A travel blog entry by steveandtam


... of Okonomiyaki (pancakes) and Takoyaki (octopus balls). The short stroll there (once again through the shopping arcade) was filled with murmurs of "oh we have to go there tomorrow" as we planned our big shopping day. We made it to Dotonbori and headed to our favourite place - the one with the giant yellow sign out the front. We were quickly ushered downstairs into a booth and given refreshing hand towels. Our icy cold drinks and delicious meals followed soon after. ...

1st Stop Japan

A travel blog entry by peeteeandjoe


Our ship stopped in Osaka and we were pleased to NOT see a lot of damage from the Tsunami a couple of years ago. The port looked clean and back to normal.

We took a tour into Kyoto to see two sights. The first was the Nijo Castle which was the first site of the Hojuji Palace. This had a Guard station built in 1663 and was guarded by Shogun warriors. This was the first ...

Day 43 - Onward to the land of the Rising Sun

A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy


... star, but it makes the Regin look like a one. Very clean, very efficient and easy to deal with is the Chisun, just listen very carefully to the spoken broken English. Lovely people the Japanese are already, very lovely indeed. This country has a great "vibration" about it, and the chicks are bloody hot too, or so I'm told by my trusty son B-ri. Bit of an eye popper when I accidentally pressed the bidet button on the throne in our room, made my eyes water. Top feed at a small ...

Osaka Castle

A travel blog entry by pundit.bhan

It's really different I have seen one real good castle in Glasgow but this one stands apart from the rest. It's five story tall and with its unique architecture and samurai style, all white in color ,unusual for a castle and during cherry blossom festival the castle is surrounded by tall Japanese men playing bagpipe in Scottish uniform Crowded ...


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