Himeji Castle Grandvrio Hotel

Address: 210 Sanzaemonbori Nishinomachi , Himeji, Hyogo, Kinki, 670-0940, Japan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 210 Sanzaemonbori Nishinomachi , Himeji, is near Himeji Castle (Himeji-jo), Kokoen Garden, Himeji Central Park, and Mt Shosha hiking.
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    Travel Blogs from Himeji

    The white egret castle of Himeji

    A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 20, 2015

    10 photos

    ... and you should have seen the thick security doors! We had a wander around the outside and then went down into the gardens. These gardens were really well done. It was fenced off into many little small gardens and most had water running through. They all had slightly different themes and purposes. One had very tall trees all sculptured, another had small bushes so seeing the water was easier. They truly are ...

    The Last Samurai

    A travel blog entry by cj_travels on Mar 23, 2013

    27 photos

    ... czącego z Iwaya, który ma najdłuższą niepodpieraną odległość na świecie. Po zwiedzeniu parku świątyń i zjedzeniu japońskiego miso z sushi ryżem i selekcja mies ruszyliśmy do Himeji, gdzie nakręcony został Ostatni Samurai. Tutaj spędzimy noc, a z rana w dalsza drogę do Okayamy, Tomonury i Onomichi.

    Do usłyszenia w krótce.

    Shaken Not Stired

    A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Mar 11, 2011

    17 comments, 9 photos

    Alive and well after the earthquake/tsunami.

    The title for todays blog entry was originally intended to reflect the fact that we were visiting Himeji Castle. Himeji was the location used for the Ninja Training School scenes in James Bonds You Only Live Twice. Little did we know that our return train journey from Himeji to Kyoto would come to an abrupt halt as a result of power supply disruption caused by Japans largest ...

    Science, helicopters, and goodbyes

    A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 30, 2010

    ... so much fun for everyone.

    After the museum we headed to lunch. I wanted ramen. It was the only thing I hadn't yet eaten on the trip, so we used the GPS to find a local place but, since the software is a bit out of date, it took us to a restaurant that didn't exist. So we did what we should've done in the first place: went to a place we know about. It took awhile to get there, but eventually we got to Ramen Taro, a couple of miles from Himeji station ...

    Himeji`s castle

    A travel blog entry by jramsden271 on Jun 10, 2010

    ... to be done to ensure that it doesn`t fall down. As I`m sure you`re aware :) As luck would have it, 2009 to 2011 is one of those times. I was unable to go inside the castle, and most views of its exterior are somewhat ruined by the shot of cranes and scaffolding. Never mind. What I could see was stunning though - a worthwhile journey. ...