Hotel Himeji Plaza

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

    Shinkansen!!!

    A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 23, 2014

    22 photos

    ... the temples rise up through the trees adds to their mystique. We had a nice lunch of udon and mountain vegetables (obviously the kids didn't eat the vegetables) with tea and after cruising around the woods for a couple/three hours made our way back down and into the city. The kids had what seems to be a twice daily ritual of ice cream and we wandered the shops near the station before taking a train back to Osaka. The Special Rapid ...

    Wet wet wet

    A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Apr 28, 2011

    4 comments

    ... japanese man charging along the corridor. After he and his printing wife passed i simply stood and watched them charging at break neck pace not bothering to look in any of the rooms and missing out on so much information regharding the history of this place and int previous inhabitants.
    One thing about the Princess I admired was that after her first husband died she defied her grandfather and married Lord Honda for LOVE!! It was ...

    Big Ol' Castle

    A travel blog entry by gadelle on Dec 11, 2010

    49 photos

    ... Max with my ability to touch a screen -- in many izakayas, each table is equipped with a touch screen so you can order things without interacting with another human being. There are pictures, of course, but unless you're familiar with Japanese izakaya foods, this doesn't always help much, so my limited reading abilities came in ...

    Let's try not to cut off any digits

    A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 28, 2010

    ... hammers, wood, bamboo, etc. Then, with no instructions or guides, the kids started making their projects. If the kids had any problems the attendants helped, and of course the parents gave assistance. But most of the actual work was done by the kids. In the US the liability insurance would be prohibitively expensive, and lawyers would camp outside the doors waiting on someone to scream out in pain. Nobody did. It was my third visit (we went twice the last ...

    Thursday: Storming Himeji Castle

    A travel blog entry by kinch417 on Jul 16, 2009

    24 photos

    ... written English more easily than spoken so he brought paper and pen with him. It turned out to be a good thing because I was a little surprised that Stephanie didn't speak as well as I thought she could, but maybe I was expecting too much. However, she discovered that the phone we rented had a Japanese-English translator and she used that. Meantime Takahiro and I used the analog method (paper and pen).

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