Hashidate Bay Hotel

Address: 68 Iwataki, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 629-2262, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 68 Iwataki, Yosano-cho, is near Amanohashidate.
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        Travel Blogs from Yosano-cho

        My first week in Fukuchiyama

        A travel blog entry by sugoi.sensei on Apr 07, 2015

        8 photos

        ... Gaijin!" to their neighbours pretty quickly, as soon enough I was greeted with a mexican wave-type welcome as 600-odd students all turned their heads with curiosity and anticipation! I introduced myself with a simple 'hello' and they all gasped with excitement.

        I visited each of my schools last week and introduced myself in Japanese to the Principal and teachers. I brought a decoration boomerang as ...

        Day 11 - Still Bath time in Kinosaki!

        A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 07, 2015

        11 photos

        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 ...

        Day 10 - Bath time in Kinosaki

        A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 06, 2015

        11 photos

        ... available from even the most humble of eateries and at 900 yen (£5) the price was pretty good too! The train to Kinosaki was largely uneventful and we arrived about 2pm. From the station, we walked through the sleepy little town to our Ryokan. En route, we passed shop after shop selling the local specialities - Matuba crab and Tajima beef (the breed of cattle that produces both Wagyu and Kobe beef) - as well as the usual tourist oriented ...

        Konnichiwa! Welcome to my new world

        A travel blog entry by sugoi.sensei on Mar 14, 2015

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        ... The journey has been an emotional roller-coaster and, whilst I have never been a classroom teacher before, I have a strong passion for experiencing cultural diversity and promoting cross-cultural communication, and I can't wait to explore these interests more!

        A little bit about my placement:

        - I will be employed as an Assistant Language Teacher ...

        Kinosaki, onson town

        A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 27, 2015

        30 photos

        ... given slippers. Our shoes were whisked away with our own brollies. We checked in then shown to our room. Inside was a table and two chairs on the floor. We were given tea and a biscuit with my favourite... bean curd. About 10 minutes later a women came in and showed us how to wear our Yukata. Which is the traditional dress. You have to wear three layers. The first two are like dressing downs, you fold the left over the right. Then tie the sash ...