City Hotel Kaseda

Address: 18584 Takeda Kaseda, Minamisatsuma, Kagoshima Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 897-0002, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 18584 Takeda Kaseda, Minamisatsuma.
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Travel Blogs from Minamisatsuma

Day 19: Ibusuki - Chiringashima and sushi

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 06, 2015

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After visiting Erika's relatives we crossed Kinko Bay by ferry and stayed in a traditional Ryokan in Ibusuki. For the uninitiated what this entails is sleeping on the floor and taking off your shoes before you enter the room. In this particular establishment there were only 2 showers down in the Onsen (Japanese baths). Each room had a toilet (I think) but none of the rooms had their own tub or shower. This is how traditional Japanese hotels have always operated. As it turned ...

Day 14 - trains, light wind and a smoking volcano

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 01, 2015

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... means there is less than 2 knots of wind. Oh well, it was a beautiful day in a very interesting place nonetheless.

With a bit more hiking and eventually a cab ride, we made it back to our hotel and got cleaned up (I was covered with something that looks and feels like volcanic ash). It didn't take us long to agree on what we were going to eat tonight. Tonkatsu and Shabu-Shabu are the specialties of the region. The where was up for debate with Erika wanting to walk 2.4km to a ...

Day 28: Sakurajima and Kagoshima

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 01, 2015

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... t understand whether he meant to keep the towel on in the water or simply shield ourselves when getting in. Being body conscious Brits we went with the former and luckily we were the only ones there. However, there were plenty of boats in the nearby sea! - Ferry back to Kogashima and a trip to the Aquarium. WE ATE: - ekibento on the train - ramen noodles WE LOVED: - Witnessing the volcano erupt as we were about to get the ferry there - cue a very nervous ...

Kagoshima - 25th - 27th April 2015

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on Apr 25, 2015

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... even a few inches, and the water was lovely and warm too! (Although on the beach no one is waiting to helpfully bury you)



After the sand bath, you split into male and female bathrooms to wash the sand off and have an onsen bath, with an optional sauna if you weren't relaxed and steamed enough already!

Whilst we're still not entirely sure how it all happened, Kagoshima has quickly risen up the ranks to become our favourite place in Japan so ...

Is it supposed to do that?..

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Apr 18, 2015

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... ash, apparently the biggest danger is landslides as when it mounds up then rains it causes major slides, there are many " dams" and terraced areas to let it flow naturally back into the bay, it must be a bit unnerving living amongst it as I'm not sure how they know what is a normal eruption or if it will be a big event? Anyway after an interesting day, making it back on the train and dinner back in Kumamoto it was time to pack up for my next stop at ...