Kashihara Town Hotel

Address: 6-25 Hyobucho, Kashihara, Nara Prefecture, Kinki, 634-0076, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6-25 Hyobucho, Kashihara.
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Travel Blogs from Kashihara

Weigh a pie

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 23, 2013

... to go through the shop to get out-I realised by a process of elimination. Right, queued there, only staff through there, I'm in the shop, there are banners over that doorway, must be through there. It takes longer than it might, and maybe not quite a senior citizen experience-or at least, not without knowing what you're in store for-but I loved it, it was as if I'd gone to dip my toe in a bit of Japan with an aerial view and ended up plunging the whole foot into a ...


A travel blog entry by sueanddale on Jun 18, 2013

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Osaka Castle is a beautiful reconstruction done in 1931, updated with repainting of the striking gold leaf designs on the tower more recently. The walls, moat and outside appear to be the same castle built in 1585, but inside is a more modern museum with elevators, stairways and modern restrooms. Many of the displays are related to "The Great Summer War of 1615" when the Toyotomi Shogunate defended against the attacking forces of Tokugawa. ...

Temple, Shrine, Shrine Temple

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on May 08, 2013

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... I love the Japanese!! So after walking for nearly an hour we find the castle. All the rooms have silk screen paintings to symbolise the nature of the room. Not like any of the castles I have seen before. All the floorboards are made purposely to chirp so everyone could be heard when they are coming. In these rooms the return of the power to the emperor was given in 1867, they had a little display which was pretty cool. Quick walk around ...

Konichiwa Japan

A travel blog entry by welovemondays on Jul 30, 2012

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... is mostly reserved for politicians and criminals, it is the apology bow.

Now we knew the bowing protocol, it was time to see real Japan. Osaka is the third largest city, they do a lot of laughing down here as they are famous for their humour, seafood and drinking. We took a train from the airport and soon realised that we were on an island, specifically made for the airport by land reclamation.

Something ...

Day 4: Osaka Bay Tempozan, and coffee difficulties

A travel blog entry by apat on Nov 26, 2011

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... to the next hotel, drop the bags off and visit the Tempozan ferris wheel and marketplace, which is a large shopping and entertainment district at the mouth of Osaka Bay.

Setting off from our hotel after checking out this morning, we went to the station where we thought we were going to be catching the train to our next destination. We were very wrong. After asking some helpful conductors and guides, we were directed to an ...