Kishiwada City Hotel Princess

17-1 Numacho, Kishiwada, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 596-0053, Japan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by rachcakes


... world's tallest. Tom and I tried to be brave but both didn't fair well. I wanted off the ride but it moved slow as molasses. It did have majestic views for the couple seconds I opened my eyes :) We then hopped over to a row with great restaurants and tried Korean food. They have a fire pit/grill in the center of the table where you can cook your own food. It turned out being really fun and ...

Trip to Osaka

A travel blog entry by rnvatraveler

... Osaka today. I took the bullet train to Osaka. Unfortunately got off on the wrong station, got off at Shin-Osaka. I had to buy a day pass for the subway to go to Osaka Castle. I took the train to Osaka station and then transferred to the subway to the Mujanki line to go to the Osaka Castle. I arrived and took some great pictures from outside and went to the 8th floor. It was amazing to see the view of Osaka from above. I ...

Day 12-14 - Osaka & Narita

A travel blog entry by marsha.amy


... train heading for the city centre.

We decided to have a look at the Floating Garden Observatory in the Sky Umeda building – a roof top viewing platform with phenomenal views of the city. It’s also a popular dating spot with many couples getting married/engaged there – there is a practice were a couple engrave their names on a padlock and lock it onto the railing of the rooftop viewing platform. We got some amazing ...

Last days in Japan

A travel blog entry by herriejeroenski


19-09-2012 Osaka

Running a tight schedule; today we ride the train to Osaka which is our last destination of our trip in Japan. Our hotel is close to Shinsaibashi-suji shopping street which is more a 24/7 arcade street than shopping street. One after the other gamble hall is located here, and inside rows and rows of slot machines with the difference that these work with small steel balls (Pachinko). The ...

Home Stretch

A travel blog entry by little-general


... they close one lane on the left to put 2 cars that needed towing, the put the truck involved in the accident in the right lane and closed that! Not to mention this all happened at the merging point of different expressways so cars wanted to be in specific lanes. If I had the opportunity I would have given the officer in charge a back hand! Neeexxxxt!


This hotel, located on 17-1 Numacho, Kishiwada, is near Rinku Park and Yayoi Culture Museum.
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