Hotel Royal Hill Fukuchiyama

176 Aza Haze Koazasawaiyama, Fukuchiyama, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 620-0857, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 176 Aza Haze Koazasawaiyama, Fukuchiyama.
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    Travel Blogs from Fukuchiyama

    A Soapy Tale

    A travel blog entry by jill-cam on Feb 04, 2008

    8 comments, 1 photo

    ... to wash my hair tonight. I even thought I'd brave the different spas. There was a green tinged bath, and I tried to ask the Japanese women whether it was seaweed flavour or midori, but no one understood me. It didn't taste like either. I tried another spa, just dipping my hand in, and it was freezing. I figured out you were suppose to just splash yourself a bit to be envigourated after taking a sauna. I felt a bit like Goldilocks, because ...

    Dec 26th

    A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

    28 photos

    ... In fact, Peter and I had the best popsicle ever! A belgian chocolate with fresh slices of strawberries embedded. I also found my long dreamed for "white" bread -- literally the softest, fluffiest, most amazing 'Wonder'-style bread in the world. Peter also managed to find a dark chocolate-covered coffee cake-like, French pastry to sample. The food hall was amazing, stretching into the distance but filled with shoppers ...

    Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

    A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

    4 photos

    ... at this point, with Hitler committing suicide on 30th April 1945, and Germany as a country admitting defeat around 8th May, 1945. The Japanese, though, guided by the what was then seen as divine power of the Emperor, and the strong military shogunates that effectively had the real control of the country themselves, were not giving in, no matter what the circumstances. No matter what the casualty, no matter how high the odds ...

    So much to tell...

    A travel blog entry by jmbs98 on Jun 22, 2007

    ... tempura pumpkin being my favorite dish), drinking and even some live music...a terrific way to spend an evening in the countryside. I think that my favorite part of the evening was the conversation...most of which I did not actually understand, although some of which I was able to participate in, in the most unexpected of ways. Sitting across the table from me was a guy from Scotland (who spoke English and Japanese) and a woman from Peru (who spoke Spanish ...

    Night lights of Osaka

    A travel blog entry by polomuiriu on Apr 23, 2007

    27 photos

    ... men walking down the street picking up litter and carrying placards protesting against litter and people cycling on the footpath. Clearly Osaka is a bit different to other Japanese cities, it just seemed a bit more real whereas most Japanese cities seem a bit too perfect. I was really in Osaka to see the city once the sun went down as ...

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