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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... with 150% without losing any significant amount of visitors. Even 200 Yen would be an acceptable price for any tourist. It would also save them a lot of coins that they now require for change. Anyway... Nice garden to walk around in and I had ample opportunity to play around with my camera again. Lots of streams and ponds with Koi, surrounded by excellently maintained trees and flowerbeds.

On to the third tourist spot of Himeji: the ...

Kobe

A travel blog entry by chowgate on Sep 20, 2014

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... she spoke virtually none, so it was an interesting day! The men played darts while the ladies looked at pictures. They had brought out photos from when their son and Jona were little. So cute! Mrs Kurasaka was on her feet practically the entire time. She served us coffee, macha tea, Japanese pear, and roasted chestnuts. We then had lunch at a lovely restaurant with views of Himeji Castle. Then they had arranged an English guided tour of ...

Kobe, Osaka and Kyoto

A travel blog entry by ireneshoemaker on Apr 10, 2010

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... we ended up going to Kyoto, the old capital of Japan. We boarded the Portliner train to Sannomiya and caught the mainline train to Kyoto. The journey took us through the metropolitan areas of Kobe, Osaka, and Kyoto and every suburb in between. The entire journey was devoid of any greenery and was a reminder that Japan has very little land mass.

Once we arrived in Kyoto, we, together with four other passengers, had to figure out how to get ...

If You Never See Me Again...

A travel blog entry by allisonsee on Feb 12, 2010

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... attraction in Japan, behind Mt. Fuji, the temple is famous for its gold leaf pavilion and bronze phoenix on the top off the roof. The grounds around the pavilion are gorgeous with wandering paths throughout. As we left the grounds, there were booths of food that offered taste-testers of everything. I ate enough to fill me up for lunch, but of course we had lunch later on. Next stop was the Heian Shrine and then a short walk through a residential area to ...

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

A travel blog entry by chrisquared on Apr 07, 2009

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... find an internet stop so we could try to do some research on our own. We were directed to some sort of Chuck E Cheese like place that also happened to have some computers to use for the internet. Both of us, getting a bit frustrated with our lack of planning and wasted time as we enter each city head to the computers. I do a quick search and find a place that was recommended from another person back in Kyoto. Write down the ...