Clayton Bay Hotel

Address: 3-3 Tsukijicho, Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture, Chugoku, 737-0822, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-3 Tsukijicho, Kure.
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Travel Blogs from Kure

5-7 May - Matsuyama and Imabari

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on May 16, 2015

84 photos

... found our way through a quiet arcade to Imabari-Jo.

Akiko and Tsuneto had downplayed the castle, especially as they knew we had been Himeji and Osaka, but it was a lovely small castle with a sea filled, tidal moat.

We chose not to go into the castle itself as it looked like it might start raining and we didn't want Akiko to bring in all of our laundry by herself but the grounds included a tori lines walkway to a shrine and a small aviary ...

In The Land of The Rising Sun

A travel blog entry by housi.muller on Oct 28, 2014

6 comments, 10 photos

... I had no money, normally you put your card into this machines and here it is, but not this time!
A card which is not issued in Japan, gives you no money! After trying my luck in every bank of this city without success, I was really not sure what to do next.
I did finally decide to ride towards the 35 km distant city of Matsue, hoping for better news there.
The wonderful weather, the impeccable roads, the stunning ...

Islands of the Inland Sea

A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Sep 19, 2014

3 comments, 25 photos

... and wife that own the restaurant where we had lunch. They wanted to give us a proper send off, so they brought a spool of ribbons and each of us held an end. They held the other end and as the boat pulled away they held on until the end of the spool.

We take the bullet train back to Hiroshima and the terminal is filled with red Hiroshima Carp baseball jerseys. It’s a home game tonight and they are ...

People of the Japanese Culture

A travel blog entry by livingmydreams on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... it to my own church, I shouldn't wear it to someone else's place of worship.) Again, she insisted and took my hand and led me to the entry. What could I do? I didn't want to disrespect her and frankly had no idea what this shrine was for. So, I smiled and bowed a thank you and entered....wrong move! ( the signs!) Immediately there was yelling behind me and, although I didn't understand a word, I knew I had done something very wrong! I ...

Dead people, Okonomiyaki and winning

A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 19, 2014

9 photos

... finished it all (see picture). After breakfast I went to see Koyasan's main attraction - Oku-no-in. Oku-no-in is a temple/cemetery complex where the monk (Kobo Dashi) who originally brought Buddhism from China to Japan is buried (though some believe he is in a permanent meditative state). This cemetery was vast, probably one of the largest in the world but definitely the most picturesque. To get to the temple I had to walk through the cemetery which was about ...