Hotel Livemax Amagasaki

Address: 119-1 Nishimisonocho, Amagasaki, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 660-0868, Japan | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 119-1 Nishimisonocho, Amagasaki, is near Universal Studios Japan, Modern Transportation Museum, Municipal Museum of Fine Art, and Suntory Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Amagasaki

    Eigo no menyuu wa arimasu ka?

    A travel blog entry by alec_soper on May 07, 2015

    26 photos

    ... bridge and the rest of the city at night. I think it was on this train I saw a man wearing a jumper with Alexander Julian on the front! I didn't get a picture with him unfortunately. Now might be a good time to mention how cool the trains are. At each station there's little music that basically makes it sound like a computer game. When we got back to the hostel we drank in the hallway as there was nowhere else to go. An American and Brit on holiday from ...

    Tokyo, Nagano and Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by adamclairewebs on Mar 01, 2015

    31 photos

    ... very narrow streets crammed with tiny bars, each with between five and 15 seats in. Walking past a number of full bars, we found one with two free stools called Albatross. Inside we made friends with a number of the locals who shared tips on both Tokyo and Kyoto as well as sharing in some sake! The next day we headed to the 'touristy' area of Tokyo to visit Asakusa, a large set of temples and shrines that attract huge crowds each day. We wandered the site for ...

    Day - 11 Low flying in Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 18, 2014

    9 photos

    ... and my knees still dangerously close to the basket...did I mention a basket? We headed off to our first stop which was Nishi-Honganji Temple, then the Nijo Castle where the first Shogun of the Edo period (the richest leader of Japan) built a local castle in the Samurai style and started a dynasty which lasted a peaceful 270 years. This castle is famous for the resignation of the last ever ruling Shogun in the early 20th century after Admiral Perry opened ...

    Whisky, Bamboo groves and Red gates

    A travel blog entry by daveegray on Apr 27, 2014

    ... into town to find a train that would take us to see the famous red torii gates (Fushimi Inari). This was a busy sight with lots of tourists, shops and red gates to be seen. We managed to walk some of the way up the hill through the red gates before we gave up and headed back down, it was late afternoon and I think the heat and walking was beginning to get to us. So we headed back into town so we could have a chill before heading out ...

    Kyoto: Nara

    A travel blog entry by vanessaetyann on Mar 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... to Nara, no need to book the seats. so just go to the platform with your JR pass and you can catch the trains. As we were not sure if the train that was already there was going to Nara, we asked someone in japanese and here we go: a full reply in japanese which I totally understood. Well the guy was actually noding and pointing at the train... Nara is about 30 minutes by train from kyoto station. Arriving at Nara station, you have to walk about 15minutes ...