Hotel Seashore Mitsumisaki

Address: 1842 Kurosaki Mitsucho, Tatsuno, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 671-1301, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1842 Kurosaki Mitsucho, Tatsuno.
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    Travel Blogs from Tatsuno

    Himeji

    A travel blog entry by joca92 on Nov 05, 2014

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    Today I headed to himeji which is a town known for its huge castle, seen by many(and me) as the ultimate samurai castle. The main keep is said to resemble a bird taking flight due to its stretched white plaster walls and it overlooks a huge, heavily fortified complex with a labyrinth of passageways designed to confuse any enemies who breached the moat ...

    Bad translation rising

    A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 08, 2014

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    Met a guy with a near camera setup in the mozzie infested himeji castle gardens but he wasn't directing his camera at the floodlit castle not the moon but almost straight up. I had thought he was there to capture the transition of the earth in front of the moon which was spectacular, but he was there to shoot the ISS as it whizzed across the heavens in less than six minutes. Babel fish, you've done it ...

    Himeji Exploration and Arrival in Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by marquaty on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... closed to tourists (we knew this in advance and will be going to a different castle in a few days). Regardless, we got to tour the gardens and grounds, as well as the "long corridor" which, as you might guess, is very long. It had room after room where many women lived and worked in order to tend to the Lord and his people.

    After the castle, we got lost (on purpose) in Himeji and found a particular ...

    Cruising Day

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... It's a very busy waterway with several ferries, fishing boats and barrages. It was due to some serious ferry incidents during bad weather that the bridges were constructed. The third suspension bridge is Kurushima Kaikyo Bridge which crosses the Kurushima Kaikyo (strait). This brings us to the end of the scenic part of the day so now we head inside for drinks and another enjoyable dinner with great food and interesting company. Our dinner companions ...

    Castle

    A travel blog entry by markandchar on Jun 02, 2009

    ... across its east and west baileys, home to a display of bonsai trees, and a building famous for its group suicides, eventually entering the tower at its lowest point. Indoors was cool and shaded, with displays of the old shogun uniforms and weapons racks. Seven steep staircases later and we were at its peak, which offered superb views; and a rare opportunity to imagine the town through the eyes of the ...