Iho Business Inn

1-9-23 Ihominatomachi, Takasago, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 676-0072, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Takasago

The Prologue of my Trip@よろっ&#

A travel blog entry by kayoko


... 12388;まり、無 ;料航空券Ӕ 4;当たった{ 98;だー。わ 354;、事件だ 5281;! 8/28出発✈ It came to me so suddenly that I couldn't believe my dream became true! I won an airline ticket from KLM;) I was very excited with how lucky I was, and surely this summer vacation may be a memorable one! ...

Mechanical Pandas and Giant Robots

A travel blog entry by dilk_pickle


... lost, getting some help, and getting to the Hotel, we ate and are now going to relax! We have 2 more days in Osaka so lots to do and see before we head to Kyoto.

I would really love to go back to Kobe and spend more time with more places in mind to see. It's a really beautiful place and the experience was fantastic. Maybe one day Toru can show me around... right Toru? : )

PS. I'm watching the newest Die ...

The Quake and the Quaff

A travel blog entry by howieb

... less of it was recreated than I thought. In conjunction with the powerful bass of the speakers, it was soberingly chilling to see the collapse of buildings, highways and bridges. More disturbing was that many of the structures that failed had been engineered to withstand such shaking. We were then ushered through a corridor diorama that recreates a street as it appeared just after the devastation. ...

Another good day

A travel blog entry by hgaynor


... from Cleveland went with Kumi-san and Ena-san to Kyoto. We took the Shinnkansen high-speed train, which goes up to 140 mph outside the cities (we didn't go that fast) to Kyoto. There we got into 3 cars with drivers who wore white gloves and served as tour guides. We first went to Kinkakuji, one of the most famous temples which was originally built in 1397 as a residence for Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. It's completely covered in gold leaf and stunning. You can't go in but ...

Kobe, International Port of Japan

A travel blog entry by audrangea


... one wins. Heehee. The shrine's ceiling was covered with beautiful pictures of nature: the cranes for longevity, and a lot of natural landscapes. There was a central shrine/altar type thing, but no Buddha, which is how I knew it was a Shinto shrine, no real images. So I threw in a couple coins, formed a wish in my head, then clapped twice and pulled the rope. The lady that had gone right before me saw me being a tourist and smiled at me. Then, we headed out to ...


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