Kishiwada City Hotel Princess

Address: 17-1 Numacho, Kishiwada, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 596-0053, Japan | Hotel
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Location

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

Storms clouds are brewing....

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Apr 09, 2015

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... currency and sort other stuff, I was headed there also to exchange my all important voucher for my rail pass so we headed off together, on navigating the subway and chatting to Anja about Japan it became immediately apparent that Japanese culture was pretty much the opposite of China, we walked through the subway and everyone followed orderly lines, there was no pushing, shoving, shouting, running or the chaos of China, everyone smiled and was super polite, it was ...

Highs and Lows in Osaka

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 09, 2014

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... have to wait until Hiroshima.

After that let down we quickly grabbed some Ramen and headed to the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan. Kaiyukan was the largest public aquarium in Japan and one of the largest in the world. David's friend Branden was said to have spent 4-5 hours at this aquarium, leading me and Alistair to think that the aquarium was bigger than Ben Hur (which is going to be remade soon, just as a fun fact). Waiting in line for the ticket, I ...

Lay Day

A travel blog entry by glenndwyer on Apr 24, 2014

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... expensive." The thing to bear in mind with Yakiniku is there are different pricing levels between individual restaurants based on the quality of the meat they are using. We had unfortunately picked a place in the upper register and now had to extricate ourselves from a rather embarrassing situation. Just for the record one platter was $80 which we thought was OK between 4 of us but with the use of some Japanese, hand gestures and English Marc found out it was per ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by suzi.drysdale23 on Mar 01, 2014

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... a ROR show will serve you a comedic slice of Japanese life."
He kindly invited me to tag along with himself and a few friends that evening, I accepted the offer and he said he will pick me up and take me out for dinner before the show, you could say I'm a little bit excited not only to see him again but to spend an evening laughing along with him!

So for the rest of the day I have decided to be lazy once again and watch Studio Ghibli movies and eat Pocky! ...

Day 2 - Part 2. Touchdown

A travel blog entry by apat on Jan 16, 2014

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... br> Onto the Nankai train line, bound for Namba, and as soon as we got to the platform we boarded the slowest train in Japan. Stopping at every stop between Kansai and Namba, this train would take off from a station, travel for 40 seconds, and stop for anywhere between 30 seconds and 5 minutes. The train journey that should have take 40 minutes took closer to 80. On top of this, the Japanese obsession for superheating transport wasn't lost on ...