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

Yodabashi & Shinsaibashi

A travel blog entry by anj-ikimashou on Jun 01, 2013

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... to the beginning of Shinsaibashi we see a sundae store and decide to share one. They looked really really good. I sat and waited at the table for Jus to bring it over and as he approached the table, it lost balance and yep, my (freshly washed yesterday) white jeans wore the chocolate, banana and creme caramel sundae. So our shopping turned its attention on to a pre-wash spot cleaner. Soon after we made our way home, along the way we had a tempura ...

Day one: Knackered

A travel blog entry by chiguire on Apr 06, 2013

1 comment

... yes, that's one of the many things our camera can do !

My Japanese lessons are going very well, as I proudly managed to decipher 'yonjyu' (40) over the intercom at Schipol Intl. The Dutch language on the other hand still sounds like the rantings of a drunken Donald Duck strangling one of his nephews.

Signing off,

Mr. O.

P.S: Bidets are funny. ...

Osaka visiting my friend Tomoko!

A travel blog entry by staceysavva on Oct 20, 2012

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So we first booked somewhere to stay on our first night did not say it was Japanese style room! No beds, uncomfy pillow but hey we got pjs and shoes was an experience! We also stayed in a capsule one night def was an experience but no showers jus a bath where you have to go naked!!!!! Awards- Best hostel- Osaka base point check on hostel world £15 a night met few people we went out with great fun! Worst hostel- ...

So Many Things to See

A travel blog entry by dawn.meiklejohn on Jun 13, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... a brochure on the floor. One of the "guards", stationed every 25 feet, saw it, ran on tiptoe so her heels wouldn't click, picked it up and continued her silent jog to the next guard, handed off the brochure while whispering and pointing, that guard continued the silent relay to guard #3 who handed the brochure back to the visitor. The guards then relayed the success silently back to each other ...

Osaka, Japan

A travel blog entry by markandnanna on Sep 17, 2011

... the Aquarium. And thankfully over a small pedestrian bridge and not the huge bridge interlinking a neighbouring islands that we contemplated crossing, which wadsclearly for cars only!!


The aquairium was well worth it, more so that we managed to get a discunt in, and they had some huge aquariums with a wqhaleshark and hammerheads, as well as penguins, the largest rodent in the world, whose name escapes us, and they ...