Hotel Senshukaku

Address: 3-55 Saiwaicho, Tokushima, Tokushima, Shikoku, 770-0847, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Tokushima Station area of Tokushima.
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Travel Blogs from Tokushima

Tokushima Blogs - 2 - 4 May 2015

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on May 04, 2015

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... restaurants, hotels and even trains have designated smoking seats/rooms so non-smokers aren't bothered by the fumes.)

3 May 2015

One of the many things that Shikoku is famous for is the Ohenro walk – a pilgrimage travelling clockwise around the island, visiting 88 Buddhist temples that the famous monk Kobo Daishi visited in the 8th and 9th Centuries.

The pilgrimage is completed for various reasons, mostly ...

The Solitary Pilgrim

A travel blog entry by skdude on Apr 01, 2015

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... part of the afternoon to walk the route. The weather held off for little old me, until the end. At temple 5 I bought what seemed like cheap oranges. Great I said to myself. At least until I tried one. They were very bitter, and it was a pain to eat them. (The locals like them though as I managed to give the bag to the owners of my hostel.). So with a bag of bitter oranges I made it to the bus stop for a short 10minute ride, which would not come for the next 1.5 hours. With this ...

Into the interior

A travel blog entry by triptalk on May 15, 2014

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... stay in Tatsue and then the last night in Osaka. The temple I stayed in is on the route for the pilgrims that wslk sround Shikoku. So it was a really different feeling than koya san. Not being a pilgrim I felt really out of place and noone really spoke any English. The head monk knew a few words, showed me my tatami room. The next time I saw him he had his fancy robes on and was chanting in the temple for ...

Naruto & Takumatsu - whirlpool and zen gardens

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on Dec 03, 2013

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From Koya-San we made our way to Shikoku island by ferry, where we headed to Kotahira. En route we stopped off at naruto to marvel at their whirlpools (or massive eddys) and takamatsu to wander about ritsurin park.

Naruto is apparently famed for its "whirlpools" which occur twice a day when the currents change direction. In the park, there is a walkway underneath a huge bridge with glass bottomed sections where you can look at the sea below you. Given some of ...

The dojo of Red the Dog and his cheeky monkey

A travel blog entry by pixiekatten on Jul 14, 2013

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... my dirty, and oh so stinky, clothes in the tub. After my visit to the temple I strolled down to the beach where turtles come to lie their eggs.. But no turtles today.. What a shame. I have seen on das Internet that the sun will be absent a couple more days. No beach camping for me just yet then.. Also I think the aircon just died. It's going to be a long night!! If only I had a cold beer.. Oh wait, there's a vending machine in the hall way. Ha! Japan is great! Cheers! ...