Hikami First Hotel

Address: 622-1 Yokota Hikamicho, Tamba, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 669-3465, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 622-1 Yokota Hikamicho, Tamba.
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Travel Blogs from Tamba

Himeji castles and gardens

A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990 on Nov 23, 2014

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... this was a hindrance but it did mean that outside there was a street festival with market stalls and live music provided by various J-pop groups, which included much crazy dancing from the audience. We walked through the celebrations then along a side street back towards the station and as we had a bit of time we went to find some dinner. Our guide book had told us that to find the equivalent if a Japanese pub you have to go to a place with ...

Grossly Happy Nationals - our Japanese Family

A travel blog entry by marybc on Jun 02, 2014

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... a character. He was shy at first but it wasn't long before his four year old brain kicked in and we became fast friends.
Picture the scene... Kayoko (Mayumi's Mom and my friend) surveying the chaos in her once clean kitchen as five kids, two Canadians and two of her daughters all vie for the most chicken wings. Shane is lying on the couch with an ice pack on his forehead and Kotona is playing nurse. So relaxing in a chaotic kind ...


A travel blog entry by segacs on Nov 10, 2008

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Welcome to Himeji Castle Himeji Castle is one of the largest and most impressive Samurai castles in Japan. Its maze-like structure and rich history make it one of the most visited attractions in the country. It's also been the site of a bunch of Hollywood movies, including The Last Samurai with Tom Cruise. The bullet train to Himeji from Kyoto took about an hour. Gotta love ...

Day 13 - Part 2 - Kaiseki at Yumiharinooka

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 02, 2008

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... would love it if she could come to Australia again so I could somehow repay the favor. Uneventful train rides. We switched trains at Fukuoka station, and boarded the Shinkansen. Even though we had 2 reserved seats, we lined up at the unreserved carriage door, to do our old trick of snagging 4 seats, which worked again, so we had a comfortable ride to Himeji. Checked into the Toyoko Inn without any problems, which is ...

Himeji Castle, UNESCO World Heritage

A travel blog entry by new_discoveries on Sep 11, 2007

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... in wars, earthquakes or fires and survives in its original form. The castle was completed in 1609 and is famous for not only this huge main tower but also the highly effective and complicated defensive design, which is just like a maze. Himeji Castle was registered on UNESCO's World Heritage list in 1993, because of its wooden castle structure of incomparable worth in the world and because the whole structure (including towers, stone ramparts, ...