Hotel Kinsuien

Address: 2-4-13 Ekimae, Saiki, Oita Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 876-0803, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 2-4-13 Ekimae, Saiki.
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      Travel Blogs from Saiki

      Fire and brimstone

      A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 11, 2015

      4 comments, 11 photos

      ... br> We decided to take the train back to Oita, and we think we might have accidentally taken ourselves into a first class carriage. A very pleasant trip back to Oita sitting in quite luxurious seats. It could be we are getting used to the tiny seats on some of the buses.

      Despite the less than pleasant weather, we had a fantastic time and arrived back at our hotel ready for a nap.

      It has been a relaxing few days. Tomorrow we head for Nagasaki.



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      Beppu

      A travel blog entry by proffdude on Mar 09, 2015

      6 photos

      Visit to myoban in beppu It took me a while to figure out the right bus but made it up the hill in the end to an onsen outdoor bath. It's okay trying to ask a question but trying to understand the reply is another matter! Steam pours out of the ground all over beppu, heating the sand,water and mud baths. To be honest the water is a bit too hot to sit in for long, the blood in my ...

      Karatsu pottery town

      A travel blog entry by proffdude on Mar 09, 2015

      3 comments, 15 photos

      Here's some pics from the pottery town of Karatsu, north Kyushu. Lots of pots for my ceramic friends. Pottery here traces its roots back to the 15th century. This is due to the influx of Korean potters brought back by Lord Hideyoshi in what is often called the "pottery wars." The only family dating back to that time is the famous Nakazato family who have an unbroken lineage of fourteen generations. Ummm a bit different to pottery in the uk, no wonder they know how to build anagama ...

      Things to love about Japan

      A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane on Jan 23, 2015

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... was part of what made for an offer I could not refuse.

      Part of my mental preparations for departure have involved really taking stock of what I love about being here. I've tried to share as much as I could about my experience, but I know there are some subjects I haven't touched on. Maybe this will fill in some of the cultural blanks and answer the potentially unspoken question....what is so great about Japan?

      Well for starters....

      1. ...

      Mochi-tsuki - A Japanese New Year Tradition

      A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane on Dec 31, 2014

      3 comments

      ... if not always happily, waited for me and kept our home fires burning in my absence. My love, you are a prince among men and I thank you for your patience, love and support.

      Celebrating the New Year (Oshogatsu), Japanese style

      This past week I was able to participate in what is becoming an obsolete tradition in Japan.: Mochitsuki (餅つき). Mochi means rice cake and tsuki means to ...