Business Hotel Sakigake Honkan

Address: 4-2-4 Hirohatakuseimondori, Himeji, Hyogo, Kinki, 671-1116, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4-2-4 Hirohatakuseimondori, Himeji, is near Himeji Castle (Himeji-jo), Kokoen Garden, and Hyogo Prefectural Museum of History.
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Travel Blogs from Himeji

Everybody's working for the weekend

A travel blog entry by erath on Jun 14, 2015

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... by a long train ride, who wouldn't want to set himself into a hot pool under a starry sky? Just another one of those never-to-forget experiences of which I have had so many already. The hotel is so proud of its onsen that many hotel rooms (including mine) don't have a shower. Because why would you use it when you have such an onsen which you can enter 20 hours per day? To get a room with a shower you have to pay 1000 Yen per night extra. ...

Himeji Castle

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Apr 25, 2015

... in the train station and bought stuff for the kids. In all large cities the train stations have attached large department stores with two basement floors of food courts (except there is nowhere to sit down to eat. You are meant to take the food with you to your home or office I presume) and two levels of fine dining at the top. Food stores and restaurants line all station hallways. The main areas are huge and have gigantic banks of self serve ticket machines. Entry ...

Himeji Castle in the Cherry Blossoms

A travel blog entry by acampen on Apr 01, 2015

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... areas of the castle. We learned that each major family that had occupied the castle had a unique design imprinted upon the end tiles of the roof. The level of detail is stunning. Upon entering, we were in a shoe-removal area, and put our shoes into bags to carry around with us.

The interior of the castle was quite dark, although the numerous windows were unshuttered. The wooden floors creaked and echoed ...

The Last Samurai

A travel blog entry by cj_travels on Mar 23, 2013

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... liśmy się w Kobe, które zostało zmiecione z powierzchni podczas trzęsienia ziemi w 1995 roku. Miasto odbudowano w niesamowicie szybkim tempie, niestety jednak w nowoczesnym stylu wysokich wieżowców i fast foodów. Nowa przystań nie stroni od turystycznych atrakcji i kuchni całego świata, mało jednak tradycyjnych japońskich miejsc.
Kobe słynie z podwieszonego mostu ...

Science, helicopters, and goodbyes

A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 30, 2010

... Not much is in English, so I suppose it might not be the best place for the foreign tourist, but it is very kid friendly, and as such a lot of things are obvious. Like fossils. You might not be able to read what the fossil is from, but generally you can make out that A) it's a fossil, and that B)it's a shell. You get the idea. Joe had a great time and we spent a couple of hours there. My nieces, too, really enjoyed the museum and I'm glad that our final ...