Chisun Inn Himeji Yumesakibashi

Address: 3-5 Nishiyumesakidai, Himeji, Hyogo, Kinki, 671-2214, Japan | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3-5 Nishiyumesakidai, Himeji, is near Himeji Castle (Himeji-jo), Kokoen Garden, Mt Shosha hiking, and Hyogo Prefectural Museum of History.
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          Travel Blogs from Himeji


          A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Apr 16, 2015

          19 photos

          ... we stayed in a very authentic and old guesthouse, where we slept on tatami mats on the floor (these were comparable to the Japanese futon). The whole house was made of wood and was of classic Japanese style, with sliding doors and simple décor. Dom and I indulged in sake juice-boxes before bed in our traditional room. Our hosts had about 1,000 manga DVDs and comic books lining the walls of the common room, which we would find out, is quite common in Japan. Our next stop will be ...

          Blackened by Soy

          A travel blog entry by cutiebanana on Feb 20, 2015

          14 photos

          ... with a few set hours in the evening for single showers and ohnsen.

          In the meantime, there was much exploring of the soy sodden surroundings to be done. The buildings and trees all about the soy sauce factories truly were blackened by the sauce; the air smelled salty and delicious.

          Himeji Exploration and Arrival in Kyoto

          A travel blog entry by marquaty on Oct 02, 2014

          9 photos

          ... closed to tourists (we knew this in advance and will be going to a different castle in a few days). Regardless, we got to tour the gardens and grounds, as well as the "long corridor" which, as you might guess, is very long. It had room after room where many women lived and worked in order to tend to the Lord and his people.

          After the castle, we got lost (on purpose) in Himeji and found a particular ...

          Big Ol' Castle

          A travel blog entry by gadelle on Dec 11, 2010

          49 photos

          ... created Japanese garden. We decided to visit that first, because... I can't remember our reason anymore, but I know we had one. The garden was very pretty, with a couple of ponds and various sections, including one for fruit trees, though we were there in between the blooming and fruit-bearing seasons, so there wasn't much to ...

          The deer waterfall

          A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 23, 2010

          North of Himeji is a waterfall called Shikagatsubo. It is in roughly the same area as Mt. Seppiko, which happens to be one of my favorite places in the area. The reason I like Seppiko goes back to a trip I made in the autumn of 1994. I was young and virile. More or less. Anyway, Hanako and I went with some of my good friends to climb the cliffs of Seppiko. The mountain has been used as a practice ...