Business Hotel Matsuba

Address: 407-2 Imafuku Onoecho, Kakogawa, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 675-0027, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 407-2 Imafuku Onoecho, Kakogawa.
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    I have to wait for one month!

    A travel blog entry by kayoko on Feb 02, 2014

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    First day in Osaka

    A travel blog entry by meljello on Sep 09, 2013

    22 photos

    ... was the lack of cutlery in the room so we ate it with our hands after cutting it up with a chopstick from our sushi/ramen dinner on Sunday. No mean feat considering the aforementioned gooeyness. It was so tasty and well worth the fuss :) We ended the night with a few more drinks (bought from the supermarket - green label Kirin beer for Stirl (Arashi's beer and tasty lol!) and Plum Chuhi for me (a bit medicinal tasting) and chilling our in bed watching Japanese ...


    A travel blog entry by delsar on Apr 20, 2010

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... 8221; but this one did seem to be bigger overall. At the entrance to the temple there are some very impressive large wooden carvings of creatures that appear to be Buddha’s guards. The other attraction behind the Buddha is a hole carved in the base of one of the supporting pillars, said to be the same diameter as big Buddha’s nostrils. It is said that if you can squeeze through the hole you will achieve enlightenment sooner. The kids were able to make it through ...


    A travel blog entry by nikinike on Dec 29, 2009

    6 photos

    ... traditional to:

    ① Clean your hands and mouth at Chozuya (a water-filled basin near the entrance of the shrine). You wash your hands to purify your body and rinse your mouth to purify your kotodama (spirit or power of language; in Shinto philosophy, words are believed to hold spirits). Pour water into your palm, rinse your mouth and quietly spit out the water. Please do not drink the water.

    ② Quietly toss any amount ...

    We found the is in Kobe!!!

    A travel blog entry by chrisquared on Apr 07, 2009

    14 photos

    ... watched for awhile to soak it up. While I waited, some older Japanese guys came to talk to me to practice their English, other wanted pictures with tall gaijin in the park and others, surprisingly, asked me to take pictures of them. All of it made me feel very welcome in this place far from home. Into the castle. I can't say enough about how beautiful and impressive this castle was. There were interior gardens that were stunning - ...