Fukuchiyama Weekly & Monthly

Address: 1-93 Hazemiyamachi, Fukuchiyama, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 620-0856, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-93 Hazemiyamachi, Fukuchiyama.
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Travel Blogs from Fukuchiyama

Day 11 - Still Bath time in Kinosaki!

A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 07, 2015

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Day two in Kinoskai started in much the same way as the first had finished - an elaborate meal, served to us in our room. Breakfast consisted of a piece of salmon, a soft boiled egg, some Japanese style fish cakes, some aubergine, tofu, rice and bizarrely two slices of brightly coloured Swiss roll! After breakfast, we decided to do what one does in Kinosaki - take a bath! On this occasion, we decided to check out the bath in the hotel and ...

A Soapy Tale

A travel blog entry by jill-cam on Feb 04, 2008

8 comments, 1 photo

... and holding my little plastic toiletries bucket I headed through to the bath area, and tried to look cool. It was a bit ********sidering I stood out like a sore thumb. I just thank God that I'm not blonde. There were four rows of knee-high mirrors, long enough to have 2 shower hose-roses installed in a concrete block either side of the mirror. Several women were squatting or sitting on low green plastic stools in front of a shower hose-rose. ...

Dec 26th

A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

28 photos

... and potatoes. Then we sampled a honey-butter roasted sweet potato cubes, and finally, we took time out to seat at shop specializing in rice (gohan). There was a small L-shaped counter in the back, which served rice-stuffed triangles (onigiri), only here could we find a bar specializing in onigiri -- a dish we only rarely see offered in any of our izakaya restaurants in L.A. Peter orderd the hicken and spicy ...

Takayama-Hida

A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

1 comment, 26 photos

... the nobility would dye their teeth black. They would boil iron with vinegar, sake, or alcohol, then paint their teeth. We saw a bankers' counting table, paraphernalia for dying teeth, gold, silver, and copper coins, and combs and hair ornaments used by the women. In the west, most of the houses had thatched roofs made from yew bark. They used to make clothing out of hemp, flexible bark, and vines. The mulberry tree was also used for clothing, but silk was only allowed ...

Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

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... know who they were and as they mainly spoke in Japanese I couldn:t understand what they were saying. I think it was the Secretary General of the UN that ended up speaking in English, thanking us for visiting Hiroshima and explaining that the people of Hiroshima welcomed visitors so that they could learn about the atrociaties of atomic weapons and become dedicated, like them, to achieving world peace and nuclear disarmourment. There was ...