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

      ... the town and a fairly decent river (with running water! :o ) separating my district from central Fuku.

      The town is a good mix between rural and urban, as there are an array of fairly centralised shops and cafes to stay entertained (including a UNIQLO! :o) , and most people are friendly and encouraging when I attempt to speak my very rusty Japanese!

      I've been set up with a Japanese mobile phone ...

      Day 11 - Still Bath time in Kinosaki!

      A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 07, 2015

      11 photos

      ... a viewpoint, so had expected something at least mildly strenuous. What we got was a 10 minute stroll to a tower from which you could just about see the Sea of Japan. On the plus side, there was a small bamboo forest that was considerably quieter than the one in Kyoto, albeit with considerably less bamboo too! We also stumbled across a very quaint little temple as we came down from the hill, which was a nice added bonus. From there we took ...

      Day 10 - Bath time in Kinosaki

      A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 06, 2015

      11 photos

      ... that somehow looked enticing even in the gloom. For the next two days, our routine would consist almost exclusively of baths in the surrounding onsen and being waited on hand and foot, whilst being served elaborate Japanese feasts served in a traditional style. It was going to be a tough couple of days! After chilling in the room for a bit, we decided to head out for our first taste of the onsen of Kinosaki. Unlike our stay in Kuwaguchiko, ...

      Konnichiwa! Welcome to my new world

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

      2 photos

      Well, this is it! I have taken the plunge and in 7 days I will be moving to Japan to teach English! <3

      My reasons for embarking on entering the scary world of travel blogging are two-fold. Firstly, I'm hoping to be able to share this journey with my loved ones and, secondly, be able to offer advice to people thinking of doing something similar! As I'm a ...

      Kinosaki, onson town

      A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 27, 2015

      30 photos

      ... see the rain and feel the cold if you got out. We had 40 minutes in there and it cost an additional £6. When we had finished in the bath we headed back up to our room for dinner. The last serving was 6.30pm. A young guy came in with the food. He was from Germany and had a Japanese mother. He was studying out here. He served everything up and gave us a brief description and we were left to eat. We got so much food mainly crab. It was ...