Hotel Nissin Kaikan

Address: 161 Sukazawa, Yamasakicho, Shiso, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 671-2533, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 161 Sukazawa, Yamasakicho, Shiso.
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Travel Blogs from Shiso

Everybody's working for the weekend

A travel blog entry by erath on Jun 14, 2015

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... on top of Mt Shosha. It's located about 8 km from the castle so I decided to walk, after stocking some extra water to cope with the temperature of 30 degrees. The climb was steep but short and fortunately I didn't encounter any of the wild boars for which several signs at the start of the climb had warned me. Once at the top I was rewarded with a splendid temple in the middle of nowhere. Well, that's what I thought at first. Due to my lack ...

Castles and Gardens and Toys, oh my!

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on Apr 09, 2015

40 photos

... br> The castle itself is stunning, if a little over-hyped. Its white exterior means that it's often compared to a crane, and it is one of the few remaining castles in Japan that still has predominantly original features, (cue tiny, steep staircases!) instead of reconstructions. For those who've seen the tv series, it's also the one they used in 'Shogun.'



There were lots of boards telling the history of the ...

Himeji Castle in the Cherry Blossoms

A travel blog entry by acampen on Apr 01, 2015

13 photos

... areas of the castle. We learned that each major family that had occupied the castle had a unique design imprinted upon the end tiles of the roof. The level of detail is stunning. Upon entering, we were in a shoe-removal area, and put our shoes into bags to carry around with us.

The interior of the castle was quite dark, although the numerous windows were unshuttered. The wooden floors creaked and echoed ...

Mt. Shosha-Engyoji Temple “The Last Samurai"

A travel blog entry by nikinike on May 07, 2010

... as the *Mt. Hiei of the West.

Movie buffs out there may know that the temple was used as the location for the Hollywood movie, “The Last Samurai”. It is said that the crew visited Mt. Shosha by chance and were so impressed with the site that it featured as the backdrop for the movie.

To get to Engyogi, simply take a 30-minute bus ride on the Shinki Bus (No. 8), from either Himeji station or Himeji Castle, and jump off at Mount Shosha ...

Himeji-jo

A travel blog entry by thephibbles on Mar 24, 2009

1 comment, 26 photos

... Lots of climbing and being Japan you have to take your shoes off and wear very fashionable slippers! Took about three hours to get around it and the gardens attached. We had our suitcases with us so a scramble for the lockers at the train station trying to beat Americans with huge amounts of luggage! Got back on the train about five and arrived in Hiroshima at six. Will update soon from there Lisa and ...

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