Kadoma Public Hotel

Address: 2-8 Shinbashicho, Kadoma, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 571-0048, Japan | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 2-8 Shinbashicho, Kadoma, is near Osaka Castle (Osaka-jo), Nishinomaru garden, Minoh Park (Mino Koen), and Peace Osaka.
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        Travel Blogs from Kadoma

        Off the beaten path...

        A travel blog entry by eadestainsby on Oct 09, 2015

        3 comments, 15 photos

        ... cinnamon twist from one of the bakeries for dessert. We head to the shrine to sit outside and picnic amoung the pretty lit lanterns. We wander down streets we haven't been down on our way home and we note all the wonderful restaurants situated by the canal. These canals carry water from the mountains to the river. They are shallow and are varying widths. Clear and clean they are so nice to stroll by day or night. We shall miss them. We finish up packing. Off to Osaka ...

        Chapter Twelve

        A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on May 23, 2015

        5 photos

        ... before I left. I also checked to see what places were nearby and would go to those as well if I could. Kyoto station is visually impressive. I saw Kyoto Tower just outside as well. Nijo Castle is interesting and very pretty. Unexpectedly, there was a wedding taking place. It was a beautiful setting for it. I was planning to go to Kyoto Imperial Palace, but I found out reservations were needed. I caught the bus to Arashiyama. I read that the bamboo forest is the ...

        Food tour and a mountain climb

        A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 12, 2015

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... She just chucks them in the fryer and you have a cup of brown tea while waiting. The croquettes were tasty but a tad oily. Our fourth stop was interesting, a pickles and flower business who have been going for 14 generations. Jason explained how some of the pickles are made and some of the things that were being pickled. The interesting one is the ones pickled in the byproduct of the mirin rice wine, there was a mini watermelon that was being pickled for months and ...

        Temples, trains and boats

        A travel blog entry by juliebowers on Sep 11, 2014

        15 photos

        Kyoto is a very easy city to navigate as it is mostly a grid system. As mentioned previously it has a very good public transport system with an all day bus pass costing only 500 yen which is less than 3.00. Single journeys have a flat rate of 230 yen. Most temples and gardens also charge 500 yen entry making a day out quite affordable.

        Eating can be expensive, like anywhere, but I can usually get a local meal of noodles or ...

        Cabin Camping then Kick Back Kyoto

        A travel blog entry by marybc on Jun 11, 2014

        28 photos

        ... they could find (from both cabins) and went at it. Meanwhile the adults are, in good camping tradition, cheerfully proclaiming "Kanpai" (cheers) as we clinked glasses and drank our beverage of choice.
        Beer is tasty and popular in Japan. When we first visited the country it was common to see more people drinking saki than beer. That seems to be changing. There are still large displays of saki in tetra packs at the grocery stores though. On this trip ...