Hotel Himeji Hills

1-2-8 Mikokamae, Himeji, Hyogo, Kinki, 670-0055, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Himeji

3 suns and one star...(well it felt like it)

A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan


... and our tattoos attracted a lot of attention from the older people working there. We also had to show them on a map EXACTLY where we were from hehe

After a couple of hours we decided it was time to go and to see what merchandise they might have. Jess was obessed with buying a sweet bread in a can they sold with Himeji motifs on it. We didn't get it as I think it would be foul.

We also found as we strolled the grounds that there ...

Shaken Not Stired

A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe


... made the tour very interesting although the photos that we took don't capture the huge scale and grandeur of the castle complex as most of the structure is under a huge white shroud.

Little did we know that our return journey from Himeji to Kyoto would mark the start of some extraordinary events that would unfold day by day for the remainder of our time in Japan.

Although the earthquake was felt in Kyoto, we ...


A travel blog entry by worthj1970

... s "Yodel" with the Japanese pronunciation. It is so strange a place that I found myself amazed that one actually pays money to go to such a "unique" attraction. Calling it an "attraction" might also be a bit of a stretch. But I was attracted to Yoderu in much the same way I'm attracted to silly movies, out-of-the-way temples, or Lady Gaga. Okay, I'm not actually attracted to Lady Gaga. Truly. I can't get past her wannabe-diva weirdness to even see that ...

Mt. Shosha-Engyoji Temple “The Last Samurai"

A travel blog entry by nikinike

... Jogyodo. Zazen practice is carried out at the Jogyodo temple before a larger-than-life statue of Buddha (Amitabha Tathagata, a national important cultural property).

Mr. Kaneko, a Buddhist monk and steward of general affairs at Engyoji, attends to foreign visitors and explains the practice of zazen and zen in English. Adorned in his kesa (a robe worn by Buddhist priests), Mr Kaneko offered us a lovely explanation of zazen and zen.

“You just ...

Four Foreign Ninja's Raid Himeji!

A travel blog entry by astralcars


... br> By the time we were finished in there we were quite hungry and so headed over to this massive shopping center called "Mosaic" we saw the night before. We ate the most amazing buffet. It was a little pricey for what we have become accustomed to here, but pretty good deal for what you could get back home. It was 2500 yen each ( so about 29 CAD ) and you could eat as much as you wanted...and there was a lot. There was fresh crab legs, pasta, thin crust pizza, ...


This hotel, located on 1-2-8 Mikokamae, Himeji, is near Himeji Castle (Himeji-jo), Kokoen Garden, Mt Shosha hiking, and Japan Toy Museum.
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