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

11 photos

... in a restaurant instead of eating a bento in the train. A few streets from the station I found a very small and smokey restaurant which served nothing but variations of grilled anago (conger/ sea eel). Never tried it before, only it's considerably more expensive fresh water relative 'unagi' which I enjoyed a lot. I noticed that the waitress was slightly nervous when I entered. Soon after I sat down I could pick up why: she had no idea where she ...

I have to wait for one month!

A travel blog entry by kayoko on Feb 02, 2014

... 30609;想のਹ 8;間がある| 25;しく、元 711;侶のだん 2394;さんのお&# 35441;を聞きな& #12364;ら、ヨガ やったり、 ;目を閉じӖ 3;り・・。
農業のお仕 ...

Please

A travel blog entry by delsar on Apr 20, 2010

2 comments, 12 photos

... but the Derek and Sarah didn’t. Sarah would’ve tried had it not been for the fact that whilst fooling around waiting to crawl through the hole, Alex smacked her in the face causing a nose bleed!

Having fed the last of the deer cookies to the rather overweight deer (at the end of the day most were pretty blasť about taking the offerings), we made our way to the train station and were back in Kyoto in time for dinner.

Having enjoyed our time in ...

Omikuji

A travel blog entry by nikinike on Dec 29, 2009

6 photos

... you wish into the offertory box. Bow twice, clap hands twice, and bow once again. Then join palms, make a wish and finish with a bow.

③ Now, you go draw the Omikuji. You shake a container called an "Omikuji box" filled with numbered sticks. You randomly pull a stick out from a hole on top of the container by turning it upside down. You then receive a paper fortune that matches the number on the stick from a shrine maiden or member ...

We found the beef.........it is in Kobe!!!

A travel blog entry by chrisquared on Apr 07, 2009

14 photos

... and sakura abound, outer guard walls with special "openings" to drop hot water or shoot arrows on intruders, curved walls to make it harder for intruders to scale the walls, and the castle itself was very impressive both inside and out. Almost everything was in English and Japanese so it was easy for me to soak up a a lot of time here. I hope that a few of the hundreds of pictures I took will do it justice and give you some ...