Business Hotel Awaikeda

Address: 3159-2 Ikeda-cho Ueno, Miyoshi, Tokushima Prefecture, Shikoku, 778-0001, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3159-2 Ikeda-cho Ueno, Miyoshi.
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Travel Blogs from Miyoshi

Takamatsu - our final destination

A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Oct 24, 2015

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... Not good for
aging bones!

One of the highlights of Takamatsu is the Ritsurin gardens.
There are no flowers, rather there are ponds and immaculately sculpted trees
and rocks and traditional tea houses. It is all so simple yet so effective. We
spent a couple of hours here just wandering and sitting and enjoying the
peaceful surroundings. We stopped and had a cup of Matcha tea at one of the
teahouses which was ...

Takamatsu Blogs - 30th April - 1st May 2015

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on May 01, 2015

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... br>

After the schoolgirls ran off giggling, we headed into the theatre to look around. Thankfully as the students had left there were only a few other people in there, and we were greeted by an English-speaking guide who gave us a fascinating tour.

The theatre is still used for performances from time to time, but not at the moment, which meant we could have a good old poke around in all the nooks and crannies ...

The Barefoot Pilgrim

A travel blog entry by skdude on Mar 31, 2015

2 comments, 21 photos

... The prize was walking underneath the stage and seeing how actors could appear from trapdoors, or be lifted up onto the stage. Working here would have been hard, as it was all done by manpower rather than pulleys and rope. It was cool down below. In the main auditorium you would get to your seat by walking along wooden boards to your seat. Boxes were also available on the first floor. As a different way to see theatre I think this could ...

785 Steps

A travel blog entry by cutiebanana on Feb 19, 2015

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Entering Takamatsu the travelers crossed the Grand Seto Bridge: 13 KM long and 3,500. There's a stop in the middle with photo-ops and a long line of vending machines.

The next morning, the younger Ito, Mouse, and Fox went to the Konpira Shrine. There are many steps, but a pleasant walk it is.

Trains and Gardens

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 09, 2014

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... br> So far, we haven't bought much at all, just a few wooden spoons and a Shinkansen (the new N700 model of Shinkansen) shaped bottle of sake which we asked David and Leith to drink for us. Apparently, it was a very good quality of sake. Otherwise, we would have had to tip the sake out and that would have been a waste.

We had our lunch of sandwiches on the train back to Takamatsu. We were saying goodbye to yet another tour member. One of the John's (remember, ...

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