Iho Business Inn

Address: 1-9-23 Ihominatomachi, Takasago, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 676-0072, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-9-23 Ihominatomachi, Takasago.
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Travel Blogs from Takasago

Everybody's working for the weekend

A travel blog entry by erath on Jun 14, 2015

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... areas were accessible and I was able to see the castle in its very whitest appearance. Slight downside: this makes the castle an even bigger tourist attraction than it already is, so I wasn't the only one when I arrived there 20 minutes before opening time.

Of course I have seen the castle before on tv and internet, but seeing it 'live' with your own eyes is something completely different. It really is beautiful, from every angle and ...


A travel blog entry by chowgate on Sep 20, 2014

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... expat club that John and Kate belonged to when they lived in Kobe. We also walked past the place where the Howgate's flat used to be. We had Indian for dinner at a restaurant which seemed like a student-type place, and it had the absolute best naan we'd ever had. Sunday we took an early train to Himeji where we met an old colleague of John's, the Kurasakas. Mr Kurasaka drove us to his house where we met Mrs Kurasaka. He spoke a little ...

Kobe, Osaka and Kyoto

A travel blog entry by ireneshoemaker on Apr 10, 2010

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Saturday, April 10th, 2010

Kobe, Osaka and Kyoto, Japan

We arrived in Kobe, Japan, at three in the afternoon – 25 hours after leaving Kagoshima. There was really no time to get off the ship to explore.

At 4:30 I boarded a tour bus to Osaka. The ship gave us a complimentary tour, "A Gala Evening at Taiko En." For an hour and fifteen minutes we traveled through the massive city of Kobe and into the even larger city of ...

If You Never See Me Again...

A travel blog entry by allisonsee on Feb 12, 2010


... women’s spa, which none of us actually had the nerve to go in once we realized that we would have to strip down to our birthday suits and bathe with what seemed like hundreds of other women. We headed back to the locker rooms, showered up, and hopped on the train to Kyoto, but not before we were obnoxious American tourists and pulled out Twister to play on the train platform while we were waiting for the train to come. I can’t imagine ...

Traveling to Tokyo... night in Roppongi

A travel blog entry by claudiv on Apr 07, 2009

... we wanted to spend the night but eventually we decided to go to Roppongi. Tokyo is the largest city in the world and is divided into nine main major subsections of the city. Roppongi is the district that is known for having great nightlife and since the trains stop running around midnight we wanted to stay in the area we wanted to hang out in for the night. The other eight subsections are known as Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Otemachi, ...