Business Hotel Ishibashi

Address: 5-5-5 Segawa, Mino, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 562-0045, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 5-5-5 Segawa, Mino, is near National Museum of Ethnology.
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Travel Blogs from Mino

Bawk bawk bawk

A travel blog entry by jasman.nijjar on May 12, 2014

... were suppose to just have one beer and hang out down stairs but we ended up playing sociables. It was me, Az, garret and Dev. We all danced in the rain, Dev had to go do a liquor run and bought 2 more cases and one rule was to gargle your drink before you drink it and the other was to bawk like a chicken every time you hold your beer can (all Devs ideas). We stayed up till 1 anyways and I had to ride the bus and chug my drink at the end of the ...

A Kyoto Sampler

A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 26, 2013

242 photos

... s former living quarters (hojo). The path once again passes by Kinkakuji from behind then leads through the temple's gardens which have retained their original design.The gardens were ablaze in color, and it was very crowded. Glad we came on a weekday!

After enjoying the gardens we decided to walk to the "nearby" Ryoanji Temple. In hindsight it probably would have been smarter to figure out the bus system a bit which would have dropped us right there ...

Wet Shoes, Bus Rides, and Shrines!

A travel blog entry by wildeyedboy on Jul 29, 2013

80 photos

... are originals and 876 are from the 13th Century. I really wish I would of stayed longer. Go look up pictures of Sanjusan on Google and you'll see what I am talking about.

I made my way over to the Gion area again hoping to see that giant statue that was closed, but I got to the top road by the Yasaka pagoda and said screw it, it was still way up the hill and Fushimi ruined my legs. So, I decided to find my way to Kiyomizu Temple, which is also on top of a huge ...

Last taste of Japan

A travel blog entry by henribastien on Jun 14, 2013

Well, my last day in Japan was fun, since the temperature forecast was again 36C I decided that the best thing to do would be to go biking. There is nothing like a little exercise to cool you down when the heat is unbearable. So I grabbed Santoshi's bike which is small for him. For me its similar to riding those miniature motorcycles. My knees ride really high and I can’t really go up hill without standing on the bike.

After yesterday I was going to what is ...

Day 9 - Kyoto

A travel blog entry by marsha.amy on Sep 23, 2012

20 photos

... sections we did see were amazingly well preserved. Nijo Castle was built in the 1600s for the
Shogun and the wooden building is fantastically well preserved. We were allowed to walk through the main castle
building (shoes off & no photography of course) and were amused by the fact
the floors were designed to squeak so as to warn the occupants of intruders. The corridors are actually called 'Nightingale
halls’ because sure enough the sound ...