Business Hotel Ishibashi

5-5-5 Segawa, Mino, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 562-0045, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mino

Day trip to Nara

A travel blog entry by guykb


... in a lovely setting on top of a hill overlooking ancient Nara. Afterwards we kept on the walking trail although I have to confess we cut a corner off of it and missed a couple of temples. We walked through the park, admiring the gardens and saying hello to all the deer. At the bottom we were in need of a drink so stopped at a cute cafe called Monsieur PePe - complete with accordion music and French cakes. A lot of the cafés we have seen so far have a French theme to them. We ...

Kyoto/Nara: Temples, shrines and very long queues

A travel blog entry by iying.chen


Early on Satursay, we finally arrived at our last stop - Kyoto! Aside from the endlessly breathtaking temples and castles, we've acquired a new hobby, joining really long queues at random! The habit began at the local edible souvenir section in Kyoto station. After careful observation, I decided I had to find out what they were buying. Half an hour later, I managed to bag myself the last eight ...

Castles, shrines and tea houses

A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan


... our bags and crossed the road to Nijo-jo, which was a Shogun's castle. It had big gates and stone defence walls. There was an elaborate building where the Shogun received guests and feudal Lords. Most of the rooms had painted murals but as they are so delicate, photos were not allowed. We had to take our shoes off to enter. The floors were wooden and squeaked like birds as you walked on them. This was a deliberate design ...

Temples, Gardens and Aching Legs

A travel blog entry by dwmjmm


... hills along the Philosophers Path which is a beautiful path alongside a canal with little cafes and craft shops dotted along it. It was lined with Cherry Blossom trees and must be beautiful in the spring.

We stopped at a couple of temples and shrines which were set in the hills and had very few tourists at them - very atmospheric. The Philosophers Path ends at the Eikando and Nanzenji Temples - a little ...

Kyoto - Day 4

A travel blog entry by mlipnicky


... us to Japanese fast food, gave us some brief Japanese language lessons and showed us how to use vending machines even if you don’t understand a single Japanese symbol. That night I was explained that most of the symbols are actually Chinese symbols and not Japanese. Nice, another thing I have learned. Once we were finished with our food Rudo took us to izakaya, type of Japanese pub where you are served food to accompany your drinks. It opens at 5pm and closes at 5am. What was ...


This hotel, located on 5-5-5 Segawa, Mino, is near National Museum of Ethnology and Expoland (Senri Expo '70 Park).
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