Business Hotel Ishibashi

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

A Kyoto Sampler

A travel blog entry by balkans2009

242

... building and told us the keys were in our room -- the Sakura Room. We went up the steep flight of stairs and were happy to find the door open. We grabbed the keys and dropped off our luggage before investigating the room a bit. This place had it all -- a mini kitchen, real beds, a loft with an additional bed AND a washer and dryer -- score! A chance to catch up on laundry for free! The only downside we could see with the room is that it was incredibly dark, and ...

Mt Hiei, Sacred Mountain

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys

18

... it's own traditional boats?

From Hamotsu, a local train goes up to Sakamoto, at the foot of Mt Hiei. Then, a mile or so on foot and there’s a rather spectacular trip on the funicular railway, and finally another shorter and more level walk to reach the Enryakuji Temple. This temple, like the many others that occupy the most of this mountain, is ...

Saturday peak hour

A travel blog entry by linda_stuart

1

We didn't spent long in Okayama arriving back in Kyoto mid afternoon. We found a camera/anything electronics/almost everything else. I bought a battery and a memory card for my minolta. We saw film and dark room supplies. The shop was about the size of Myers in queen street mall... Huge.We walked a bit then took a bus most of the way home. It took well over an hour... There was peek hour traffic on Sunday, it took half an hour to go a couple of ...

A hilltop castle and a belly full of food

A travel blog entry by stephenandchloe

5

... the class. Taro explained to us the intricacies of Japanese cooking and we learnt that the magical dashi is in everything. We also learnt about wagyu beef, kobe beef and japanese beef in general. Taro showed us this cool website where we could look up the bloodline of the kobe cow we were eating that night (its' name was I-me). We made several dishes including a japanese omellete type thing, a salad, miso soup, and of course the kobe sirloin beef (the 220 gram sirloin we were eating ...

Riding the Wide-view Hida Express!

A travel blog entry by louannems

12

Oct, 24, 2011 Monday

At Nagoya, I switch trains to the wide-view Hida and now there is not a businessman anywhere. Instead, the train is filled with cheerful, talkative tourists, mainly Japanese, but also for the first time today, I see several Westerners, all on the way to beautiful-but touristy- Takayama in the "Japanese Alps". I get off in Mino-Ota and run to catch my last train- the quaint single red-car with ...

Location

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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