Hotel Himeji Hills

Address: 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

Day 7: Back to where it all began

A travel blog entry by ardychan on Apr 02, 2013

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Waking early, we rushed the kids out the door and on to the Shinkansen (Bullet Train), headed towards Himeji. This is where we lived for two years and where we had Adam. When we arrived, we had some time to kill as we were meeting our friend, Bill Cox, for lunch. We headed out of the station and started through the main shopping area, the Miyuki-Dori. So many wonderful stores! Jenny and I picked out some handkerchiefs for momentos, as the boys rolled ...

Wet wet wet

A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Apr 28, 2011


... to stock up on cakes and then bought some miso soup for dinner. Was great to have the apartment to myself for the evening so I could skype with my mouther who I hadn`t seen in nearly 6 weeks (miss you mummy) and then my incredibly annoying, frustrating, infuriating and demented friend Shane who once again managed to get me to spill my gutts. How the heck can he do that so well? He still hasn`t guess the object correctly after giving him ...

Castle under construction!!

A travel blog entry by chibisimo on Sep 06, 2010

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... quite a few very recently.

Himeji castle itself dates from 1333 and is regarded as the finest 'surviving' example of 17th century Japanese castle architecture. In all it comprises a network of 83 buildings with advanced defensive systems from the feudal period. The castle is frequently known as Hakurojō ("White Egret Castle") or Shirasagijō ("white heron Castle") because of its brilliant white exterior and ...

Let's try not to cut off any digits

A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 28, 2010

... where there were a good many older men congregated to "clean" the park up there; it really looked more like they were just there to talk), I wished, not for the first time, that I could find some way to bridge the two places where I want and, perhaps, need to live. Wanderlust, for those that aren't afflicted with it, sucks.

I went to sleep early that night, more or less over my jet lag, which sucked because I'd soon have to go through jet lag all over ...

Thursday: Storming Himeji Castle

A travel blog entry by kinch417 on Jul 16, 2009

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... br>
Just before we got inside the castle, we were asked to remove our shoes and place them in a plastic bag. The floors are wood and felt sooo warm and smooth against my bare feet. And I think not having to wear shoes even helped me better climb the stairs. They were incredibly steep, putting some ship ladders to shame. Every floor had openings for seeing how far up you were (and of course for raining more arrows down ...