Hana Hotel

4-2-7 Nunobikicho Chuoku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 651-0097, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kobe


A travel blog entry by emkay100

... of their trees and although they are fully grown trees they are treated as large bonsai’s and pruned and shaped.

We then drove back to the ship at Kobe port which took an hour and little stalls were set up along the walk from the bus inside the terminal. Dawn eyed off the sake as Kobe is renowned for its sake as well as its beef. Everyone was very proud of Kobe beef. We accepted a taste of the normal sake, then plum Saki. We had already ...

We're in JAPAN!

A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... at the Buddha. He sits on a pedestal staring ahead with the right hand raised, palm facing out and the left hand with palm open. Yuzo tells us the raised hand tells us to “have no fear” and the open palm hand tells us “our wishes will come true.” This Buddha statute is not the original either. The head is 300 years old and the body is 800 years old. Eight castings were needed to construct the statute, which weighs ...

Day 7 Osaka, Kobe and Nara

A travel blog entry by willandclaire


... Its not exactly a high point on the tourist trail but its got a very impressive castle and so we thought we would stop and have a quick look. The castle was lovely even with a guy making baloon animals to annoying techno music stood outside. Also we saw some kids playing baseball- Japans biggest sport and some old peole play crochet- the world least entertaining sport!


And that's Kobe

A travel blog entry by hugeinjapan


... me around the city. We first went to Harbor Land. It's a place right on the water that has shopping malls, an amusement part, markets, and museums. I got to see Kobe Tower, and a section of land that was devastated by the 1995 earthquake. They left it there and built a little outdoor display around it. It's amazing to think how far Kobe has come after being flattened by that same earthquake.

We also went to a temple where a Japanese wedding was taking ...

Turning Japanese

A travel blog entry by longwayround


... I wasn’t exactly craving more, but once I tasted the first piece of nigiri that night, my appetite just kept growing until I finally could not eat ANY more – something that hasn’t really happened to me before. This place, I don’t even know the name, featured undoubtedly the freshest (and biggest) pieces of nigiri sushi that have ever had in my life. And I’ve had a lot of sushi. The yellowtail, the tuna, and the salmon all blew my mind with ...


This hotel, located in the Shin Kobe Station area of Kobe, is near Chinatown (Nankinmachi), Kobe Harborland, Kitano-cho, and Rokko Island.
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