Ibusuki Royal Hotel

4232-1 Junicho, Ibusuki, Kagoshima, Kyushu-Okinawa, 891-0403, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ibusuki Onsen area of Ibusuki, is near Healthy Land.
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Travel Blogs from Ibusuki

Japan is so easy to explore

A travel blog entry by filiaduo on Oct 10, 2014

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Just Japan now, off the beaten track, the best way to see it, with a guided and a small group of 11. Starting with Kyoto, an ancient capital off to beautiful towns offering lovely warm baths, even a fish spa! And the water just flows constantly through.

Fish spa
The fish nibble away at your feet, it's a lot of fun. Some peoples legs are black with baby coi, other people ...

Hiroshima to Tsuwano

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 04, 2014

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... which is one of the five greatest Inari shrines. We had to go through several tunnels of tori gates before reaching the shrine, up the hill. It was well worth the effort.

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Along the way, there were canals by the side of the small streets, filled with the largest and fattest koi that I have ever seen. They must be fed very well. The buildings were old samurai buildings, reminding me slightly of the ones at Takayama, but at ...

Don't take your eyes off the volcano

A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 05, 2014

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... see more! First stop is the lookout to see the volcano up close. There are parts of the volcano that are still active and so we are advised to keep an eye on it at all times. The haze clears momentarily so we get to see its rugged beauty. Our guide for this trip only speaks Japanese so she has booklets that she has prepared with the explanation of the main things we will see. The drive is very interesting. The roads are extremely narrow. Due to the rich volcanic soil there ...

One goes to a volcano

A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 08, 2014

... get the idea, I thank him and walk off. A while later he taps me I eh shoulder. To be fair I'm ready to stab him with my nearly acquired umbrella. He offers me a lift. Hmm. What to do. He seems harmless enough and I do have my umbrella, I'm also twice the size of him. I've heard this sort of thing is common so I agree. His car is like mine. Full of rubbish. 10 minutes later we "chatted" about places and he pulls up at the aquarium, I don't really want to go here but it's ...

Forced Here but Loved the Place!

A travel blog entry by adamphillipsuk on Jul 19, 2014

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... and takes about twenty minutes by ferry to get to. The volcano has thousands of small eruptions every year, all though these rarely result in flowing lava. When we arrived on the island we decided to hire some bikes and cycle the 6km trip to the viewing point on the side of the volcano. The bikes we got were from the Sakurajima Visitor Centre and were actually really good Giant bikes which cost 2000 yen for ...