Hotel Himeji Plaza

Address: 158 Toyozawacho, Himeji, Hyogo, Kinki, 670-0964, Japan | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Himeji Station area of Himeji, is near Himeji Castle (Himeji-jo), Kokoen Garden, Himeji Central Park, and Mt Shosha hiking.
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      Travel Blogs from Himeji

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

      A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan on Aug 06, 2012

      25 photos

      ... type bits (bread crumb covered veg and meat) and headed into the station for the train.

      This time rather than getting the local services we decided to get the Shinkansen to Shin-Osaka as it would be quicker and still cost us nothing as its a JR train service.

      We hopped on the Shinkansen and were back in Osaka in no time (about 30 minutes). We got off the train and had planned to go back to the hotel but decided we would look at the ...

      Shaken Not Stired

      A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Mar 11, 2011

      17 comments, 9 photos

      ... and he explained that there had been an earthquake that was large even by Japanese standards. At this stage there was no mention of the Tsunami. After a short while the train got underway and we arrived at Kyoto a little later than scheduled.

      On our way out of Kyoto station we could see people standing around TV screens watching the news reports that were now showing the Tsunami. We couldn’t believe what we ...

      Yoderu

      A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 24, 2010

      ... a sealed clear plastic ball that you try to move around on a pond, why the sun beats down relentlessly. My son lost ten pounds in sweat by the time he was done, and I imagined the lawsuits Americans would levy against such awful treatment of their kids. Never mind that I paid for the privilege of letting him inside the death ball.

      There is a wading pool but the thought of splashing around in tepid water was not attractive to my son or my nieces. We went to ...

      Mt. Shosha-Engyoji Temple “The Last Samurai"

      A travel blog entry by nikinike on May 07, 2010

      ... br>
      Whilst it may be difficult for some of us to achieve such a balanced state of mind, to become the master of your own thoughts and stifle such negative emotions as anger, sorrow or pain is at the heart of Zazen practice; it will help you not to promote pain, but to accept it. In this respect Zazen practice can help enable you to live your own life pleasantly.

      *Mt. Hiei: It is the birthplace of many sects of Buddhism, and the headquarters of the Tendai ...

      Japan - saving the oceans!

      A travel blog entry by humanetraveler on May 09, 2008

      ... in most cities. However they seem to treat their companion animals extremely well! Everywhere we went we saw pure bred dogs (mostly smaller ones) being walked on leashes wearing little doggy coats. We saw a few cats in the park in Tokyo who looked well cared for, though they did have upper respiratory infections. Maybe it was the time of year? We didn't see any strays or malnourished animals or anything like that. I wonder if they have animal control and ...