Kagoshima Kuko Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsKagoshima Kuko Hotel Kirishima
Kuku Hotel is close to RJfK Airport but it is a little dated and has come of Age.
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The active Volcano in Kagoshima is really affecting the Weather in this Area a lot with all the ashes in the Atmosphere it has lots of Rainy Day's especially in the current wet Season. Since I arrived here a couple Day's ago it rained most the Time. Went to Pablo's Hangar to see if my SX still exist , and it was still in the same Corner in Hangar …
... had since then kept in touch. She kindly sent me updates on my father and his progress with pictures and videos.
As we finally settled on the dates we would be in Japan, we excitedly made plans to meet again. This time, after some angst, Hiroko-san told Miki about us. Miki all this time, was unaware that my father had had a family in Mexico. She thus had to find out at the age of 27 that she had a sister and two brothers on the other ...
... had received a great review from somebody on some website (probably Yelp or TripAdvisor). I pointed out that there was a great looking spot on the basement level of the very building we were in. Erika insisted on asking the concierge who said very convincingly in Japanese that the place in the basement was excellent and we should go there. Nice! She broke the tie and that's where we went. She was quite right, the meal was incredible and I've included several pictures for your enjoyment.
... Witnessed numerous eruptions during our time on the island as well). - The experience of the natural hot bath, despite it's off putting colour and the run down hotel. Fantastic views of the sea and islands! Very relaxing once we had committed to keeping the towel on. - Seeing the variety of local sea life in the aquarium - water in the tanks was pumped directly from the bay. We even got to see some of the trainers working with the dolphins - such clever ...
... to a karaoke bar, where they continued to pay for all of our drinks.
After an hour or so of Disney, Bonnie Tyler, Madonna, lots of Japanese songs we didn't quite know and dancing in rubber Batman and Godzilla masks, Kimpei and Satoe insisted on paying for a taxi back to our hotel, laden with a noise-maker toy and a free bottle of whiskey from the barman!
What a day!
26th April 2015