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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... in a restaurant instead of eating a bento in the train. A few streets from the station I found a very small and smokey restaurant which served nothing but variations of grilled anago (conger/ sea eel). Never tried it before, only it's considerably more expensive fresh water relative 'unagi' which I enjoyed a lot. I noticed that the waitress was slightly nervous when I entered. Soon after I sat down I could pick up why: she had no idea where she ...


A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Apr 16, 2015

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... days in Tokyo, we discovered the importance of 7-11s and the marvelous vending machines that are all over the cities. Japan is very expensive, so we relied heavily on 7-11s (and other similar convenience stores) for a lot of our meals. While this might seem a little tragic, we grew accustomed to it, and the sushi rolls were actually quite tasty. As I mentioned, there are vending machines everywhere, which sell cigarettes, coffee, juice, beer, sake, and basically any other type of ...

Himeji Castle in the Cherry Blossoms

A travel blog entry by acampen on Apr 01, 2015

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... Shiromaru Hime is super adorable, and, if you come to our house, you can see the fridge magnet we bought.

Himeji is Japan's most popular castle. As a result, the number of people that can enter the interior itself per day is limited. We were fortunate upon arrival to receive tickets allowing us entry into the castle itself. The queue to enter the castle wound up and around and up and around the ...

Mt. Shosha-Engyoji Temple “The Last Samurai"

A travel blog entry by nikinike on May 07, 2010

... and body and ‘open the hand of thought’. Getting away from the din and bustle of the city, you can soothe the mind surrounded by the chorus of birds and insects amidst the deep stillness.

The Engyoji is a temple complex spread throughout forested area at the top of Mt. Shosha, and was founded by Shoku Shonin in the early Heian period (10th century). It thrived as a training center for monks until the end of the Edo period (1603-1868), and ...


A travel blog entry by markandchar on Jun 02, 2009

Himeji was a day stop-off on the the way down to Kyoto. Its main road/high street leading directly to its castle; one of Japan's most iconic buildings, and the finest castle Charlotte or I had ever seen.
Crossing the moat revealed bit by bit, the top of its main tower looming up ahead. Predominantly wooden indoor and outdoor and painted white, this castle has been used in many a samurai film. We circled ...

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