Ibaraki Central Hotel

14-8 Nishi Ekimaecho, Ibaraki, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 567-0032, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 14-8 Nishi Ekimaecho, Ibaraki, is near National Museum of Ethnology.
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Travel Blogs from Ibaraki

Mono monkey saru7

A travel blog entry by drhedgietravels on Jun 25, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... like we were In this book called Paper Towns. Carlene thought she saw a guy named Sam from Supernatural and was freaking out about it.

When we got back, Liana and Carlene were reading scary stories and I left to go talk to JoAnne. When I took the key out of the holder, the lights turn off. So they started franking out. When I got back and opened the door, they were screaming and were curled up on the bed with a flashlight app looking terrified.


Day 11

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes on Jan 07, 2014

6 photos

... didn't spend much time there either. Then we went back home and collected Dad and Holly. Our next stop: Sanjusangen-do. This is an amazing Buddhist Temple hall holding 1000 life-sized 1000-armed Kannon's (the Buddhist goddess of mercy) that are all identical and neatly placed in rows. There is also 1 giant Kannon with 500 of the smaller Kannon's on each side. Each one actually only has 40 arms but in Buddhism that means ...

A Rainy Day at the MOMAK

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 19, 2013

8 photos

... what I had seen after returning to the monotony of the States. Only one wing was open, so I went through for a second run to soak in all of the stimulating colors of the landscape paintings and the textures of the scrolls that framed them. The museums here are smaller than, say, the MET in NYC, which allows you to enjoy the quality more than the quantity of the artwork.

I returned my pencil to the security guard and said thank you to the front ...

Mt Hiei, Sacred Mountain

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 06, 2013

18 photos

... it's own traditional boats?

From Hamotsu, a local train goes up to Sakamoto, at the foot of Mt Hiei. Then, a mile or so on foot and there’s a rather spectacular trip on the funicular railway, and finally another shorter and more level walk to reach the Enryakuji Temple. This temple, like the many others that occupy the most of this mountain, is ...

Monkeying Around

A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013 on Mar 09, 2013

5 photos

... staff. You're not supposed to touch (it scares them) or stare at them (its a sign of aggression), but you can feed them from the safety of a wooden hut, which is something akin to a visitors centre. The hut has large wall openings covered with thick wire mesh. Effectively, the people were in the cage with the monkeys outside looking in! We bought a bag of peanuts for ¥100. You put a peanut on the outstretched palm of your hand, ...

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