Hotel The Next Kanku

Address: 7-31-25 Onosato, Sennan, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 590-0526, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 7-31-25 Onosato, Sennan, is near Miho Museum and Rinku Park.
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Travel Blogs from Sennan

Kobe

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Nov 04, 2014

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... a little but gave some even better views. At times I had to remind myself that this was a city hit by a huge earthquake 20 years before! When back at sea level, I headed to kitano-cho which is an area which was popular with European traders when Kobe was a major Japanese port in the Meiji period. There were a number of different European styled houses(such as an English house and Austrian house) which have ...

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A travel blog entry by beef3drake on Sep 10, 2014

... to a slight inconvenience together with the ports. Buy cheap IPOD Case online. - Change effortless shades. It can be certainly a silicone circumstance accessible in the number of colours. It is actually indeed amongst the very best fitting apple iphone 4 instances from the market place place. - ZEROCHROMA TEATRO. A snap on variety situation that includes a built-in stand that will each and every rotation ...

Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by steveandtam on Mar 19, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... We then went through the museum. It painted a very grim picture of the history of wars involving Japan, and really reiterated that they are doing everything in their power to end nuclear weapons. I had very mixed feelings after visiting the museum - some of the information I found to be quite conflicting and I found it hard to emotionally process it all. I am so glad that we visited Hiroshima though, it's something that I will always treasure (not ...

Bye Bruce

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 20, 2013

4 photos

... so far I've eaten in the same place twice, for what it's worth (and it is something of an accident - I had every intention of returning to the first place I ate in Tokyo, though with the slight worry that his 'no English menu' had meant 'F off' and I'd pushed past it once but would not be allowed to do so again). Kyoto is near enough that you can get a local train, 540 yen, 850 to where I wanted to be and I was there by 1.30. Having left my bags, I explored. The streets round the ...

One word: Okonomiyaki!!!

A travel blog entry by allilaoshi on Jun 28, 2013

98 photos

... br>
When we first got into the airport, it was really hard to find an ATM, but when I finally found one it only took Unionpay! China bank account--lucky! We bought our train tickets and got in line to board the train.

Well, the train came and we started rushing the door--haha. Then noticed no one else was doing this. So we waited, scoping out the situation. Everyone was ...