Fukuchiyama Station Hotel

Address: 2-265 Ekinancho, Fukuchiyama, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 620-0942, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2-265 Ekinancho, 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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... pink sweet with bean paste inside. This was followed with a crab soup that had about half a crab per person and was absolutely delicious. We were then given some Tajima beef with a ponzu dipping sauce. Once again, the beef was fantastic (and we hadn't even got to Kobe yet!). This was followed by some Kara age (deep fried fish) served with some very extravagant strands of what looked and tasted a lot like prawn crackers, before ...

A Soapy Tale

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

8 comments, 1 photo

... it, so it must be used to carry things. I said goodbye to Cam, and we arranged a meeting time in about 45 minutes. Later we realised you could just yell over the wall. In the women's change room I asked two younger Asian girls some questions like "where do I hang my towel and clothes?". I figured I'd never see them again so shouldn't be embarrassed. (It turned out they were my Korean dorm buddies for the night!). Butt naked, with a tea-towel over ...

Dec 26th

A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

28 photos

... stand abreast. The narrow street literally vibrates with activity, from the shoppers, couriers and vendors -- many of whom call out to the passer-bys or smile the ubiquitous 'ohayo gozaimasu'. Everywhere you look, there are picked vegetables, fresh vegetables, delicately-carved and presented vegetables, fresh seafood of a bewildering spectrum, candies, dessert specialties, tamago (egg cake), fishcakes and other ...


A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

1 comment, 26 photos

... hall, we saw a movie which showed us the preparations for the parade and past parades. We continued on to see a Banker's home (Kusakabe Folkcraft Museum) that had been donated to the city in 1879. Since the winters are very long and there is lots of snow, the houses had roofs in the shape of praying hands-extremely steep slope, so the snow can slide down the roof. There were no chimneys. The entire house was built from Japanese Cypress.They had fireplaces in the middle ...

Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

4 photos

... or clearly see who`s alive and who`s dead, that this message hits home. So 200,000 is a huge figure. But it didn't stop there - countless thousands more people suffered from what was called A bomb plague. They began losing hair, blood spots appeared over their faces and they died. Or they developed luekemia or another form of cancer and died. Doctors at the time tried giving patients vitamin A shots - the skin around the holes where ...

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