Comfort Hotel Himeji

Address: 1-50-3 Hojo-Guchi, Himeji, Hyogo, Kinki, 670-0935, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Himeji Station area of Himeji, is near Himeji Castle (Himeji-jo), Kokoen Garden, Himeji Central Park, and Mt Shosha hiking.
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      3 suns and one star...(well it felt like it)

      A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan on Aug 06, 2012

      25 photos

      ... and a few volunteers who work at the caste to meet and greet people. We had a nice chat with a retired chap who was very impressed with us working as civil servants lol.

      We walked round the castle grounds and really enjoyed its untouched beauty. Unlike other Japanese castles Himeji is very close to how they would have looked internally as it has never been destroyed and rebuilt like so many others. The exhibition about the restoration was ...

      Shaken Not Stired

      A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Mar 11, 2011

      17 comments, 9 photos

      ... Shirsagi-jo, the "white egret castle". It is regarded by many Japanese as the finest Shogun castle, and has appeared in numerous films including James Bond – You Only Live Twice (the ninja training school scenes). The pictures in our Japan guide book looked stunning, but sadly when we got to Himeji we discovered that the main stronghold section of the castle was undergoing a four year preservation project. Nonetheless ...


      A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 24, 2010

      Japan has many small tourist traps that are quirky and often downright weird wastes of money. We don't have them much in the US these days. Near my hometown we have Pigeon Forge; it is still an odd assortment of "attractions," but in my youth it was an odd place, with Porpoise Island forever ingrained in my memory as one of the coolest places I've ever been to.

      My father-in-law joined us for a trip to one such oddball place near Ikuno in Japan. It's called ...

      Mt. Shosha-Engyoji Temple “The Last Samurai"

      A travel blog entry by nikinike on May 07, 2010

      ... the terminal stop). From the ropeway station at the top of the mountain, you can wander the beautiful pathway-along which Kannon statues are scattered-until you reach the main temple, Maniden. By the time you arrive at the temple, you will feel the worries of the world have lifted as your body and spirit become attuned to your surroundings.

      As you leave Maniden and continue on, you will come to a clearing surrounded by three temples: ...

      Japan - saving the oceans!

      A travel blog entry by humanetraveler on May 09, 2008

      ... to Japan was the food. Though it is easy to find vegetarian Japanese food in the US, in Japan they put at least a little bit of meat/fish in almost everything, and of course Kobe is world famous for its beef. We did go to one Buddhist restaurant in Kyoto which was vegetarian and to one buffet restaurant in Tokyo with lots of vegetarian salads and relishes, but it was usually a struggle. It was especially hard to find hot dishes without meat, and the concept ...