Hotel Suave Kobe Asuta

5-11 Wakamatsucho Nagataku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 653-0038 , Japan | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 5-11 Wakamatsucho Nagataku, Kobe, is near Chinatown (Nankinmachi), Meriken Park, Kobe Port Tower, and Kobe City Museum (Kobe Shiritsu Hakubutsukan).
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    Travel Blogs from Kobe

    Typhoons

    A travel blog entry by tajarj on Oct 17, 2013

    1 comment

    ... interested in the history of the
    Pacific War, one of the other guys is also named Tom Jones. This is
    planning a tour when we get to the southern islands.

    The daily
    lectures on many topics connected both directly and indirectly with
    the places we visit on this trip. We have several presentation that
    give interesting insight to China, and the special economic area of
    Hong Kong.




    Our colds
    are almost gone, the ...

    Shodo

    A travel blog entry by aspasy on Aug 23, 2012

    21 photos

    ... talented as the other girls but we tried our best.
    I know that if i had the occasion i'd certainly take more lessons but it's already my last week in Japan :(

    **Calligraphie japonaise**
    B - Aujourd'hui il a fallu que je sois Zen et que je rentre en communication avec moi intérieur... Je peux vous dire que ça n'a pas été une mince affaire après la soirée passée au Dome d'Osaka à soutenir les Tigers (qui ont de nouveau perdu!) et à apprendre comment insulter ...

    Samurais, Sake and Sushi

    A travel blog entry by neil_mel on Apr 25, 2012

    43 photos

    ... that currently stands here is only 2 thirds the size of the original.

    Neither the building nor the temple have had the luckiest of histories. In the 9th Centuary and earthquake caused the head of the Buddha to fall off. Then in the 11th and 15th Centuries fires destroyed the temple and melted the head and right arm if the Buddha. The current building dates from the 17th Centuary while ...

    Kobe, Day 1

    A travel blog entry by pyres on Nov 13, 2011

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... shopping arcade (main shopping street, lined with various stores and restaurants), Chinatown (南京町 nankinmachi), which used to be a settlement of Chinese merchants, but now is turned into a Japanised tourist attraction (Maran was not impressed with the lack of authentic Chinese signs, food and people) and harbourfront Meriken Park with an ...

    Feeling The Heat In Osaka

    A travel blog entry by helenandjohn88 on Aug 06, 2011

    84 photos

    ... Helen wasn’t keen, as they were in a slimy mayonnaise style sauce. After eating we sat watching the tour boats float along, and waited for dusk to fall when all of the neon lights began to glow. We then took the long walk back via Shinsaibashi-suji (shopping arcade) and through the city to Umeda.

    On Wednesday we went to the aquarium! Before we caught our train, we ate lunch at a station restaurant. The place was very nice, and not a single word of English was ...