Hotel Winbell Magic

Address: 4-2-15 Minatocho Hyogoku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 652-0812, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 4-2-15 Minatocho Hyogoku, Kobe, is near Chinatown (Nankinmachi), Kobe Harborland, Meriken Park, and Kobe Port Tower.
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Travel Blogs from Kobe

3 bitesized days in compact Kobe

A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993 on Aug 02, 2013

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... god it's over an hours commute", which is ideal for someone as lazy as me. Of course this reduced size does mean that Kobe doesn't need as much time as the other big cities, and the 1995 earthquake that razed most of the city to the ground means that there isn't much to do in terms of temples and palaces. But that's not what Kobe is about. The city was long one of the most important ports in Japan, notably during the end of the Edo period when ...

Last minute Minami!

A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Jan 05, 2013

... freeway trip than the train trip would cost. We decide at the end of a holiday, that's entirely worth it! We wander lazily through to Kansai International airport for a last spot of shopping and a fond farewell to Japan.


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Matty and the blowfish....

A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan on Aug 05, 2012

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... of miles away. The castle is a reconstruction but its stunning. Walking round the inner Bailey does make you think how it would have been 400 years ago :)

Inside is basically an 8 story museum, and you have amazing views from the top.

We decided to take the stairs....doh...bloomin knackering lol. The exhibitions they have are really interesting...loads of scrolls, paintings etc depicting battles, retainers, generals and the area at the time. Loved ...

We're in JAPAN!

A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Mar 18, 2012

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... Their ceremonies are happy occasions like weddings, christenings, and New Year’s Day wishes. On New Year’s Day as many as 300,000 people turn out to pray at the shrine. Buddhists, on the other hand, focus on the afterlife. They are vegetarians whose purpose is preparing for the hereafter. They conduct funerals and memorials for the ancestors. (Our guide in Nagasaki, Sue, says that Japanese people are born Shinto and ...

Snakes in Japan (not on a plane, thank goodness)

A travel blog entry by eastin80 on Sep 25, 2011

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... not so Japanese, but both excellent. The fist was a shop selling one of the region’s specialities. Japan is obsessed with regional specialities. You should eat takoyaki around Osaka, tebaski in Nagoya, sushi in Tokyo, crab in Hokkaido, beef in Kobe, yuba in Kyoto, okonomiyaki in Hiroshima and so on and so forth. Anyway, at the top of the cable car there was a shop selling products using the very ...

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