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

Kyoto, how you beguile me

A travel blog entry by kkhlee74 on Aug 05, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... thought of doing the same but instead I say a quiet prayer of hope for some things I'm working on this year.

There is still so much more to see such as Gion after dark when the lamps are lit up but Sofia's bed time doesn't allow for late nights out. We did have an early dinner in Gion on one of our nights and we were lucky to spot a couple of Geisha or Maiko on their way to what we imagine would be one of the tea houses. We have dinner at a restaurant facing a ...

Sendai, Nagoya, Osaka, Kyoto & Ferry Adventure

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Mar 01, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... of their beer. I enjoyed the beer pretzel mix and an orange drink the company also makes (see next blog on trip food).

By early afternoon we'd arrived at the ferry terminal. The terminal area didn't seem that much bigger than Hachinohe, but the ferry did. In fact! The ferry (ferry Ishikari) sort resembled a small cruise ship complete with a dining room, bar, ...


A travel blog entry by kahdrill on Aug 16, 2013

51 photos

... are touched on the head with a sacred willow branch to cure and prevent headaches. A popular archery tournament known as the Toshiya is also held here on the same grounds since the Edo period. The duel between the famous warrior Miyamoto Musashi and Yoshioka Denshichirō, leader of the Yoshioka-ryu, is popularly believed to have been fought just outside Sanjūsangen-dō in 1604." - ...


A travel blog entry by jaakko.saaristo on Jun 30, 2013

... of a more thorough inspection although I am always keen for experiences.

I meet my friend Masako at the airport and there was much rejoicing. We take a local train to Nagoya city and then take the famous Shinkansen bullet train to Kyoto. The trip is quick at a speed of 300 km/h. I don't enjoy much anything at the moment due to my state. Having arrived to Kyoto we advance to pick up the rented apartment keys at the office nearby. And ...

Trains and Subways

A travel blog entry by orcasinjapan on Apr 16, 2013

... and taxis.

The Tokyo subway map is amazing! It looks like one giant confusing web of lines, and seems that it would be impossible to make sense of it. And yet, once our students learn how to use it, they can go anywhere they want to go in the city....and beyond. It's actually quite easy. All the trains have a stripe on them that is the same ...

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