Ibaraki Central Hotel

Address: 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

Samurai Training

A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 04, 2014

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Took a lesson in the art of Samurai at a workshop today. I was taught how to draw the Katana, a few basic killing strokes, and return the sword to the scabbard. How to move like Samurai too. Basically ponce around like I owned the place. Great fun. ...

Began with an earthquake...

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 06, 2014

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... that you don't see going by, there is a screen that you can order from and then the plate is slid right to your table on an upper shelf. It really is a great system, if you like the food, which I didn't. Then when you are done, you call over a server and he/she counts up how many plates you ate, with each plate costing 108¥ with taxes in (just over $1 Canadian) and sends you to the cash register to pay. Since I only had a tiny bit for lunch, I opted for ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes on Jan 05, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Poor Holly is still sick!! Steve also not feeling the best so Mum, Emma & Billy set out to find breakfast. Came across a great little cafe serving toast with different accompaniments and Emma's beloved Japanese curry (yes! for breakfast). While we were out we thought we should look around the surrounding streets which were so fascinating that we returned to our sick patients 4 hours later! First we discovered the old streets ...

(Day 10) Zen

A travel blog entry by mr_travel_2013 on Sep 13, 2013

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... the city and in 40 min I should be on philosophers path. All should have taken 5 to 6 hours. That was plan until I went to look for bus and I've started to navigate base on public transportation map. It was big mistake. Advice: Never use map of public transport to navigate yourself. Public transport maps are very good to understand how to get to each place but never use it without cross checking with real map which has been scaled. Both maps you will get in ...

A Rainy Day at the MOMAK

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

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... annoying music had stayed at that chaotic Sega video arcade in Tokyo that I had spent two seconds in.

It was time to go back to Yossy's, so I found the bus stop and cleaned the rainwater off a seat. I sat on the edge like a wierdo, but I was still wiped out from walking. The bus rescued me from the torrential rain and took me to Yossy's, where I wrang my soaked socks outside and rested before the next day's flight back "home". I didn't want to leave!


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