Kakogawa Plaza Hotel

Address: 527 Kakogawachomizonoguchi, Kakogawa, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 675-0064 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 527 Kakogawachomizonoguchi, Kakogawa.
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    Travel Blogs from Kakogawa

    Sharing in the Experience

    A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 28, 2015

    2 comments, 38 photos

    ... few dancing along to the tune. The students also gave token gifts to the elders. The elders then shared the traditional Japanese handicraft of origami with our students, teaching them how to fold paper into cranes. All the festivities was also documented by a local Osaka newspaper company who came to write a story about the cultural exchange. All in all, it was a very successful and mutually beneficially ...

    First day in Osaka

    A travel blog entry by meljello on Sep 09, 2013

    22 photos

    ... more enjoyable! Lots of photos of all different marine and aquatic animals. I loved seeing the seals frolicking and being fed as well as the ginormous tank holding two whale sharks and a myriad of other sharks and rays. The jellyfish displays were very cool too, seeing a whole range of different types. We finished up and had a snack of green tea/vanilla softserve (for me) and chocolate/banana mix Dippin Dots (for Stirl) before jumping on the Temozan ...

    The Prologue of my Trip@よろっ&#

    A travel blog entry by kayoko on Aug 26, 2013

    1 photo

    それは突然 ;やってきӖ 3;! よろっぱ旅 ;したいなӓ 4;、とボン} 16;リ考えて 383;ら、ひこ 2358;きのチケ&# 12483;トがワシ& #12434;迎えに来 たっ(≧∇& ...

    If You Never See Me Again...

    A travel blog entry by allisonsee on Feb 12, 2010


    ... it was the texture that actually threw me off. The main hall of the temple was beautiful. After exploring the area a little, we headed to Shibuya, which looked like Time Square with all the high-rises and flashing billboards. We then headed to the Meiji Shrine, which was dedicated to the memory of the Meiji Emperor. The grounds leading up to the shrine were gravel paths that were densely forested. Our last stop of the day was the Akihabara district where we ...

    Catching up with Choc Chip

    A travel blog entry by bharden on Jun 05, 2009

    20 photos

    ... on the left. In Tokyo, all the people stand like robots on the left side of the elevator while in the south, they all stand on the right of the escalator. In Australia we pretty much stand anywhere.... The politeness and order drives me a bit mad sometimes... I fill like a dirty evil westerner when I cross empty roads without the Green man and don't have my hair down neatly....

    Choc displayed some of the politeness of Japan. She asked me on a few ...