Hotel New Yutaka

915-1 Nakajo, Izumisano, Osaka, Kinki, 598-0002, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 915-1 Nakajo, Izumisano, is near Rinku Park.
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Travel Blogs from Izumisano

Club Vijon Gig

A travel blog entry by glenndwyer on Apr 27, 2014

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... music shops around us to enquire about a hard case for Sean's new Fender Jaguar. On the way to the shop we passed a group of guy's unpacking mannequins from crates out the front of a fashion shop. They had a huge pile of bubble wrap stacked up so we asked if we could have some. They gave us a kind of bemused look but basically said in Japanese "Go for it!" Our plan B, should the hard case option prove futile, was to wrap the guitar in bubble wrap and put it into the ...

Osaka walking tour

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 21, 2013

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... in 1868. Oh the irony. But it does show the perils of the construction-stone foundations for the main structure itself, towering over the moat, but the buildings were wood. Wood! Not so good in fire, and ruined by war. It's a grand structure, and that Japanese style is something else to one raised looking at western blocky castles. Which are also majestic, mind, but the combination of moat, solid walls and imposing keep is intimidating and ...

Kashiwa back to Osaka

A travel blog entry by glenndwyer on Mar 15, 2013

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... Courage to give Kosuke the Fireball Whisky we had bought for him. He was so delighted with the gift he was beaming! We stayed for a few drinks so Deb could see why Marc and I rave about the place. The quintessential little bar. Just watching Kosuke prepare every bodies drinks is fascinating, the effort and care he puts into every drink is amazing. We pulled stumps as I wanted to find a little bar I found on Google that ...


A travel blog entry by andrewnchris on Mar 07, 2013

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... After an obligatory trip to a tourist tat shop we finished up by visiting the Heian Jingu Shrine which is a Shintu temple. Apparently Shintu is the religion practiced by most Japanese. Shintu worship has been practised on the site continuously since the time of the 5th Emperor, Kanmu and there is a serenity about the place, especially in the ornamental gardens which surround the temple. The very first plum tree blossoms of the spring were erupting from the bud ...

Day 44 - Trains, Castles, Dumplings and Temples

A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy on Oct 20, 2012

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... and lovely, and I like it like that. We then slowly made our way home, and after a short refreshment and pit stop, headed out for a dinner feed, and we wandered the streets around the hotel and sort of checked out the "slot machine" parlours as we went past, which are huge noisy flashy and very popular, a bit like me in my own mind at times. We are going to get to the bottom of them slot ball bearing things, they are very interesting indeed. We soon stopped in at the ...