Hotel Tor Road

Address: 3-1-19 Nakayamate Dori, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 650-0004, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Motomachi Station area of Kobe, is near Chinatown (Nankinmachi), Kobe Harborland, Kitano-cho, and Venus Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Kobe

Kobe Beef and Sake

A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 02, 2014

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... days later and they are celebrating New year Shinto style with lots of Sake and family feasting. She indicated that the younger generations have moved away from religion, however at significant times of the year, they will return to the shrine or the temple. At the top of the mountain we have a spectacular view of the city of Kobe and surrounds. Once again though all of the signage and information is only In Japanese so we are flying blind as to what we ...

Cherry Blossoms in Osaka

A travel blog entry by stephanielutzke on Apr 06, 2013

... an alley. We decided to make our way back there for the evening to give it a shot. The inside was quite tight, with seats placed around a large U-shaped table with the chef's on the inside of it. We were given an english menu complete with instructions on how to cook/eat the dinner - what a godsend. We each got dishes, mixed with thin slivers of premium beef and pork and a bowl of vegetables along with 2 delicious ...

Day 44 - Trains, Castles, Dumplings and Temples

A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy on Oct 20, 2012

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... It is a bit of a blur, as we set out at about 9.00 am and didn't get back to our baby hotel til about 5.00 was a great day out ! First we went to the tourist information office at Shinosaka station, we got the word on the "must see" things from a lovely girl who spoke English very well. People are quite friendly and those in the service industry are very eager to help. I think Japanese people are quite reserved and shy but most times when I make eye contact ...

A Short Cruise!

A travel blog entry by rawbanana on Jun 07, 2012

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... a steamed bun
usually stuffed with meat but also vegetables, tofu and mushrooms. I’ve got the vocabulary now to ask for the
ones I want and I eat them almost daily.
One boazi costs about 7 cents for a small one and 15 cents for a large
one. A large baozi is about the size of
a tennis ball; a small one is about the size of a golf ball so it doesn’t take
many to fill you up. It is the cheapest
breakfast. I ...

Letters Home from Japan Day 7

A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Apr 27, 2012

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... usual groups of school
children were well represented. We again
posed for pictures with them.

We went back to Osaka for a final goodbye. We went again to Shin Saibashi shopping
district. Victor visited a favorite
action figure store and after that, we enjoyed a free Crispy Crème donut,
before dinner. We’d actually stopped at
the Crispy Crème store earlier, only to discover lines of ...