Hotel Himeji Hills

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

The Last Samurai

A travel blog entry by cj_travels on Mar 23, 2013

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... liśmy się w Kobe, które zostało zmiecione z powierzchni podczas trzęsienia ziemi w 1995 roku. Miasto odbudowano w niesamowicie szybkim tempie, niestety jednak w nowoczesnym stylu wysokich wieżowców i fast foodów. Nowa przystań nie stroni od turystycznych atrakcji i kuchni całego świata, mało jednak tradycyjnych japońskich miejsc.
Kobe słynie z podwieszonego mostu ...

Science, helicopters, and goodbyes

A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 30, 2010

... Not much is in English, so I suppose it might not be the best place for the foreign tourist, but it is very kid friendly, and as such a lot of things are obvious. Like fossils. You might not be able to read what the fossil is from, but generally you can make out that A) it's a fossil, and that B)it's a shell. You get the idea. Joe had a great time and we spent a couple of hours there. My nieces, too, really enjoyed the museum and I'm glad that our final ...

Himeji`s castle

A travel blog entry by jramsden271 on Jun 10, 2010

Took the train to Himeji. Another scorcher of a day, not ideal for wandering around dusty castle yards. The castle is one of the greatest in Japan, even more so because it is not a reconstruction. That means that it is very old. The problem with very old buildings is that they don`t like to carry on standing up, so every so often ...

Himeji, frustration and New Years!

A travel blog entry by sophiatravels on Dec 31, 2009

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... lit up with lights, then have an early night as we would be on the move again the next day.

Walking along the street however, we came across a buddhist shrine thing. New years is tied in with buddhism in Japan, and it is a very important spiritaul/religious? event for the Japanese. It was about 11pm, so we thought we woud go in and have a look. The ceremony started at about 11:15 - there was a lot ...

Great Hanshin Earthquake- A Day to Remember

A travel blog entry by brianneinjapan on Jan 17, 2008

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... a great part of the city. Kobe has spent over $200 billion dollars just to repair the damage, which registered the earthquake in the Guinness Book of World Records for "costliest natural disaster to befall any one country." Each year a number of different measures are taken to remember the earthquake victims. December hosts the famous Luminarie, a light display that you walk through, to remember the earthquake and ...

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