Ibaraki Central Hotel

Address: 14-8 Nishi Ekimaecho, Ibaraki, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 567-0032, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 14-8 Nishi Ekimaecho, Ibaraki, is near National Museum of Ethnology.
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Travel Blogs from Ibaraki

Hiroshima and miyajima

A travel blog entry by mjhalls on Dec 28, 2014

Great day had by all. Early start to make the train so we decided to get breakfast at the train station. Not an easy call as very hard to find things we can recognise to eat. Ended up with sandwiches and then went to a cafe for coffee. Definitely food is cheap but we are not eating in flashy establishments however. Just supermarket and cafe food. The Shinkansen is great. Very fast of course and lovely big seats with plenty of leg room and nice ...

Kyoto, how you beguile me

A travel blog entry by kkhlee74 on Aug 05, 2014

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... new route, its old technology but of so practical. At exactly 12:16pm on the dot, our train quietly speeds off for Kyoto which takes a little over an hour. Getting out of Kyoto's train station I pause to marvel at how enormous the building is. It is apparently the second largest building in Japan incorporating a shopping mall, hotel, movie theatre, Isetan department store and several local government facilities under its 15 story roof. It is an imposing structure and ...

First Night in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by mattman_183 on Oct 13, 2013

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... The home of the Maiko aka Geisha.

We decided to walk for it, I think mostly because we've been sitting on planes and trains all day. Nearby our hotel, we found Teramachi Street, a giant covered roadway with some interesting shops and sites along the way, including Honno-Ji. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honno-ji
After walking for about half an hour and crossing the river, we soon found ourselves in the land of the ...

Day 10 - Samurai Jones, he's a bad mutha...

A travel blog entry by xensor on Sep 12, 2013

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... police. Over the past ten days i have heard a siren precisely twice and both of those were in Kyoto - it's positively lawless compared to Tokyo! :P There are police boxes dotted around town but there are no bobbies on the beat of police cars driving around. It's unnatural I tells ya!

So tomorrow i'm going to the Nara region south of Kyoto but to be honest, the thought of wandering around a lot of wide open spaces in 34C heat is not really filling me with glee!
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A cake shop with a difference.

A travel blog entry by peterbreakell on Feb 09, 2013

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... the four coach tram and each end turns, faces the travellers, feet together and bows. Members of our parliament do the same sort of thing towards the speaker, or more specifically his authority rested in the chair, when they leave the chamber but in a far more perfunctory manner. This is a 'fare-collector' on a tram, and not just one .... he stands for all ticket collectors, guards etc on all trams and buses! The man next ot me on the train is sniffing .... yes ...

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