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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        Travel Blogs from Kakogawa

        Day 13 - Beef and Baseball!

        A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 09, 2015

        17 photos

        ... flavoursome and tender. The chef was giving us instructions and what order and combinations to try the condiments, but I had slipped into a dream world of steak by now and can't recall what order that was! As succulent mouthfuls of beef were slowly added to our plates, moving towards the more fatty end of the sirloin, so to vegetables grilled in the beef fat were also added. Asparagus, Aubergine, Potato, Carrot, Tofu, Konnyaku, Green Pepper and Daikon, all with ...

        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 ...

        Suma Beach

        A travel blog entry by nikinike on Jul 13, 2010

        5 photos

        Get your sun lotion and beach wear at the ready; it's the height of another scorching summer in Japan!!! The end of the rainy season has been announced three days earlier than last year – or seventeen days earlier than the average – which means we are likely to have a longer summer this year.

        The beaches in various regions of Japan are enjoying the bloom of parasols now the gloomy rainy ...


        A travel blog entry by delsar on Apr 20, 2010

        2 comments, 12 photos

        ... it was time to bid a fond farewell, though not until we had done a little more shopping and taken our trinkets to the post office. Again, the postal service was more efficient and less expensive than its North American cousins!

        With that, we took our final Japanese train (another slow one) from Kyoto to Kobe where we spent our final night. Although Kobe probably has lots to offer, we really didn’t see too much of it. Having checked in to our hotel, and heading ...

        Mechanical Pandas and Giant Robots

        A travel blog entry by dilk_pickle on Jan 03, 2010

        41 photos

        ... to go. Sadly it involved like 4 different transfers so we opted against it. We wandered around Hyogo for a bit then headed to the Suma docks. It's unbelievably beautiful there, the ocean, the small houses and people fishing all around and the view back at Kobe with the rolling hills and the city built around it. Loved it. We walked around and eventually headed back to the train station where we saw a poster for the giant ...