Hotel Crest Dio

1-3-2 Ekimae, Ibaraki, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 567-0888, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-3-2 Ekimae, Ibaraki, is near National Museum of Ethnology.
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Travel Blogs from Ibaraki

Mono monkey saru7

A travel blog entry by drhedgietravels on Jun 25, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... and square but liana wouldn't talk to anyone so I had to. Then, we went back to the hotel and we relaxed for a bit, then we went out again. We looked around and I went into a drug store and bought awesome mosquito bite soother.

After, we relaxed. We wanted to see the Kyoto Tower at night. When we were waiting, Carlene threw coins at me, so I threw them back and we got in this huge fight and we wrestled and so It got kinda loud...When we saw the tower, it was so pretty and ...

Day 11

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes on Jan 07, 2014

6 photos

This morning, after having breakfast, Billy, Mum and I all headed over to Chion-In, the temple that was shut yesterday. We went inside but it was very quiet and were the only ones there and we couldn't read the signs because they were in Japanese. So we only spent 5 minutes there. But we did see the biggest bell in Japan there! Then we walked out and found another little temple, Shoren-In. It was exactly like Chion-In though ...

Visiting Arc Academy

A travel blog entry by kahdrill on Jul 09, 2013

... pancake. I have learned how to make it from my teacher Sugi-sensei, and this okonomiyaki tasted very similar to the one she taught me. I just have more cabbage in mine than there was in this. Very pleased with this day, even though it has been very hot and sunny. I need to visit Gion soon. There is a festival there this month and I really want to see all the buildings and streets. But we'll see. Mata ...

Arashiyama, a Scenic Railway, then Temples

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 07, 2013

105 photos

... br> The Fushimi Inari Taisya Shrine is another sprawling complex that covers a massive area of Mt Inari. But while most temples are dark wood and rather sombre, this one is painted red - it's bright, attractive, and definitely much more fun. It is also home to hundreds, if not thousands, of arches or gateways, all in red, that have been put up by people as offerings of thanks for benefits, such as health or success in business, which they attribute to the largess of the ...

Monkeying Around

A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013 on Mar 09, 2013

5 photos

... the mountains (again, nothing like the Rockies), a relatively short, but steep, climb from the main community area. Interestingly, there was little signposting to help visitors find the path to take from the community area. I guess they get enough visitors without the need to advertise! A troop of about 130 Japanese Macaque monkeys inhabit a large open area. (They're also known as snow monkeys). They roam around freely, but are fed by ...

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