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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      Things to love about Japan

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

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... are extremely polite and helpful - When I first arrived I was amazed by the level of gentility here. No matter what an individual may be thinking, or what is going on with their day, their first priority is to be as polite and helpful as possible. This habit is not limited to those in positions of service either. Respect and politeness are deeply rooted in both the culture and the language. Some people may think of this as being shallow...masking what they truly ...

      Mochi-tsuki - A Japanese New Year Tradition

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

      3 comments

      ... is the tradition of making Japanese rice cakes by hand.

      In ancient Japan rice was a special and valuable food used only for special occasions and holidays. Each grain of rice (in Shinto tradition) symbolizes a human soul (tamashii), so pounded rice cakes represent millions of souls. When the community pounds rice, each person can reflect on the gods' blessings and the events of the previous year. Pounding ...

      Meeting Yuto in Beppu

      A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Dec 18, 2014

      ... parks full of weird statues and tourist kitsch. The first hell was Umi Jigoku or blue hell which looked very pretty in the bright sunlight with patches of pure white snow all around the place. I was disappointed that my camera battery ran out. Next came Oni-bozo Jigoku where boiling mud bubbles and belches looking like a shaved monk's head and giving it the name Demon Monk Hell. Next came Shire-ike Jigoku or White pool hell. This was followed by ...

      Meeting Rina in Beppu

      A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Dec 17, 2014

      ... to be a snow plough as she pulled it and an ever increasing snowball behind her. The tram was still running and after a rather chilly few minutes wait we piled aboard. The journey to the station was very pretty especially over the river and the snow stopped as we moved towards the station. There is quite deep snow in many parts of the country today and there is some disruption to the train services. We are lucky to be going south as many northbound trains are cancelled. ...

      Photo Journey

      A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane on Dec 06, 2014

      38 photos

      Just wanted to share a few pictures from the last couple of months. Sean and I had a wonderful time while he was here. We saw some beautiful sites and had a lot of fun. Owing to circumstances, the details of which are too lengthy to include here, he ...