Hotel The Next Kanku

Address: 7-31-25 Onosato, Sennan, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 590-0526, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7-31-25 Onosato, Sennan, is near Miho Museum and Rinku Park.
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Travel Blogs from Sennan

Chapter Eleven

A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on May 22, 2015

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... A woman came out of one of them.I showed her the address and she pointed me to the correct door. This building is very narrow inside and the rooms are tiny, but has everything you'd need. I booked it through Airbnb. I picked it mostly, because it's a private room. Under the "loft" was a desk. While unpacking, I smashed my head on the bottom of the bed twice, and had several more close calls. There was a post office three blocks away. I sent a postcard and some ...

Day 149. What a welcome from Craig and Taka

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Jan 24, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos


Early start, 0500! Luckily the bus we were after turned up just as we got to the stop.

The airport experience was a tense one with me stressing because we were running late and Jane moaning at me because she doesn't like to rush. We got through security and had to get to gate 505 and I could see on the screen they were boarding. When we were next to gate 1, gate 505 sounded hours away! We still hadn't made it and I saw ...


A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 17, 2014

... that serves Osaka) and then the airport bus to Itami Airport. From there, I walked to the Itami Airport Toyoko Inn. There are sidewalks the whole way, and the hotel is only about a ten-minute walk from the airport.

This Toyoko Inn is the most oddly sited Toyoko Inn I've ever seen. It's located on a remnant of land that appears to have been left ...


A travel blog entry by mek1 on Apr 15, 2014

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... induced diseases. All in all the afternoon was very interesting but depressing. I felt much the same way as I did when I visited Pearl Harbor. War is a total waste of life. I really don't know what purpose it serves.
I learned several interesting things today. First why do many of the Japanese wear masks? There are several reasons that are almost all cultural. They consider in very rude to blow your nose or sneeze in public. Therefore they wear a mask to protect the ...


A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 14, 2014

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... my hand at building a mini snowman. I eventually made it to the castle and amazed at the wonderful building that stood in front of me. Growing up in the UK, you have a perception of what a castle looks like and this was nothing like the castles in Europe. Castles in Europe are generally stone square structures but castles in Japan are these lovely wooden pagoda like structures that are uniquely beautiful with a sense of finesse about it. It was difficult to imagine that ...