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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... what we were looking at as we went around. After thanking our guide we went next door to the Kokoen gardens (we bought a combined castle and garden ticket). There was little in the way of flowers due to the time of year but the reds, yellows and oranges of the leaves alongside the many water features were very pretty. Both the castle and gardens were very busy, particularly with Japanese tourists, as it turned out to be a bank holiday. In ...

Grossly Happy Nationals - our Japanese Family

A travel blog entry by marybc on Jun 02, 2014

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... Seems that nasty cold bug his sister was fighting in Bhutan decided to hitch a ride in a new host to Japan. Red runny eyes and a deep cough were not what we had hoped to bring as souvenirs.
So...the plane was late... (Sota had hoped we would be there waiting for him at the apartment in Osaka when he got home from school but no chance), heavy traffic, a visit to the doctor (with a side trip to pick up chicken while we waited ...

Himeji Castle

A travel blog entry by jamemorg on Oct 10, 2008

1 comment, 22 photos

... and works a couple nights a week in Kyoto. This morning we took the train South to the city of Himeji, where the main attraction is the impressive Himeji castle. It is said to be the most magnificent of the handful of Japanese castles that survive in their original form. It doesn't look like your typical castle you know from fairy tales, etc. Apparently, since artillery never played the role in warfare ...

Himeji

A travel blog entry by siripatana on Aug 21, 2008

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... This tactic was used to delayed enemies .While the ememies were busy finding their ways, the shogun would have extra time to rev up their defence. After wehave found the entrance into the castle, we have to change into sandals and climb up several stairs until I and my son,Toey, got to the ...

Himeji Castle, UNESCO World Heritage

A travel blog entry by new_discoveries on Sep 11, 2007

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... the the local tourist information centre, for various reasons. The train ride up until Akashi was spectacular as it past through Kobe town and then along the Kobe Bay, with the view of Akashi Kaikyo Bridge. We decided that we should make a stop on our way back just to have a closer view of the bridge. Somehow the bridge looks similar to the bridge in Odaiba. From JR Himeji station, it is just a 15-20 minutes walk along Otemae-dori Street, depanding ...