Hikami First Hotel

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

Good morning

A travel blog entry by sazuni on Jul 06, 2014

... covered in fog. Then we got two bikes and went around. It was a very nice way to explore Ine. The water there was very clear, so you could see everything under it. When we went back we saw a monkey crossing the road! :D It was that kind of monkey that you may know from a picture af an onsen (hot spring). In the afternoon we left for Kyoto. Luckily we had found another place to stay last ...

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 ...

Day 14 - Himeji Castle

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 03, 2008

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... of the walls. The sign was directly in front of some large, strangely rectangular stones, so I can only assume that these were a couple of the actual stone coffins which were used. We got out to one of the outer flat grassed areas, which no doubt was to allow guards to have a clear shot at approaching enemies in open ground, and in this there was a tent set up, equipped with hosepipes and ...

Himeji - The biggest castle in Japan

A travel blog entry by candcthai on Apr 13, 2008

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Our last day staying in in Kyoto and we decide to visit Himeji Castle, 55 minutes by Shinkasen from Kyoto. Again, the train departs and arrives exactly on time. Being used to the U.K. train system, it seems bizarre watching the white gloved train marshals on the platforms, constantly checking the second hands on their watches before pressing the button and blowing their whistles to send the train on its way. Himeji is a relatively small ...


A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

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... rooms over which they cooked. The ceilings became very black from the smoke over time. The rooms in Japan are measured by tatami mats (6x 3 feet) which are rush mats woven from reeds. Since this banker was very rich, there was a very large room for a Buddhist alter. The best rooms always faced the garden. The windows were made from paper-shogi and the sliding doors from thick paper called fasuma. We saw hand warmer boxes in each room. There was a custom until 200 years ...

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