Hotel Taurus Kakogawa

1762 Yoshino, Noguchicho, Kakogawa, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 675-0017, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kakogawa

First day in Osaka

A travel blog entry by meljello


... 14th or 15th largest in the world). We tried to aim for sunset but hit it a bit too early - it was still spectacular nonetheless and a nice end to the day/start of the evening. For dinner we decided to try the 2nd ranked restaurant on Trip Advisor which was Matsusakagyu Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ). It was in a little alleyway off the main stretch in Dotonbori and was a little hard to find (thanks again Google Maps!) but it was totally worth it in the end. We ...

Sake Brewery (Kobe Shushin-kan)

A travel blog entry by nikinike


... sake-brewing center at that time, with around 80 sake breweries. It is still regarded as the biggest sake-producing region in Japan-it gains about 30% share of the Japan's sake (nihon-shu) production-even though the number of breweries has fallen to around 30.

The Nada Gogo is home to the five sake-producing areas in the region: Nishi-go, Mikage-go, Uozaki-go, Nishinomiya-go and Imazu-go. The ...

Catching up with Choc Chip

A travel blog entry by bharden


... on the left. In Tokyo, all the people stand like robots on the left side of the elevator while in the south, they all stand on the right of the escalator. In Australia we pretty much stand anywhere.... The politeness and order drives me a bit mad sometimes... I fill like a dirty evil westerner when I cross empty roads without the Green man and don't have my hair down neatly....

Choc displayed some of the politeness of Japan. She asked me on a few ...

Eye Opening Experiences in My Own Backyard

A travel blog entry by brianneinjapan


... I had a riot! And I learned a lot about Kobe. I visited temples, shrines, parks, lakes, rivers, stadiums, shopping streets, sought out fault lines, got free rides from strangers AND managed to take loads of pictures. But more importantly, I met many people and spoke Japanese for nearly two days straight. It was a great experience for me. The places in the book were all over my ward (Japan's system of breaking down areas- kind of similar to townships in the States) and I ...

Japan - saving the oceans!

A travel blog entry by humanetraveler

... heroes like some of our sports stars. I wanted to see if I could take a picture with them, but they were with a group of business men and it isn't common to look at, much less talk to, strangers in Japan. The waiters there yelled there too and I finally figured out one thing they were saying. Thank you is 'arigato goziamas'. Whenever someone would get up to leave, they would all yell, "arigozas" -- obviously slang for thanks! Food My only big gripe on ...


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