Kitagami Hotel

Address: 4-8-19 Kanocho, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 650-0001 , Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Sannomiya Station area of Kobe, is near Chinatown (Nankinmachi), Kitano-cho, Kazami-dori-no-Yakata, and Venus Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Kobe

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A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 31, 2014

... The normal bumping on the approach to SFO was not bad. The landing was good enough.
The lady seated in front of me, who had been up and down, and in and out of her carry-on during the trip, quietly and very lady-like vomited on the floor in front of her seat as she arose to leave. Otherwise, the exit was smooth.


Customs was easy and quick. Shortly after we arrived at the baggage carousel, the buzzer sounded. Guess who’s bags were in the very ...

Konichiwa

A travel blog entry by stephanielutzke on Apr 05, 2013

... that (without making any shopping purchases) and found some yummy food and desserts. The Japanese love their sweets! (see picture). Dinner - We wandered through the backstreets surrounding our area and strolled through the Dontonbori, a large stretch along the river thats brightly lit with crazy neon signs and a plethora of seafood restaurants (no good for Jay). We attempted to find a spot to eat that ...

Day 44 - Trains, Castles, Dumplings and Temples

A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy on Oct 20, 2012

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... but it was the extreme ancientness of them that struck me. And here in Japan I found the temples to be serene, calm, and uniform. I was advised by my Buddhist Guru that cleanliness and order are two of the fundamental principals that are observed in everyday life for a monk......so they are certainly getting it right in Japan. We had walked so far and seen so much - we thought we might head over to the other side of Osaka to the giant Ferris wheel, but decided to give it ...

A Castle and The Kaiyukan, You Just Can't Go Wrong

A travel blog entry by jenandbryce on Jun 13, 2012

2 comments, 16 photos

... the enemy into the woods or through a field and die honourably. I was thinking, STOP DASHING TOWARDS THE ENEMY!

We kept walking until we reached the top of the tower. You could see a 360 degree view of the whole city. It was beautiful. We walked back down to the second floor for a bathroom break and to watch people dress up as shogun =) I found Bryce in a corner surrounded by small school children all handing him their school books asking for his autograph. ...

Day 18: Kobe Luminarie, Ropeway & Donkey Surprise

A travel blog entry by apat on Dec 10, 2011

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... it was efficient, until we tried to catch a bus later in the afternoon, but I'll come back to that.

We found the bus stop, and boarded the moderately crowded Kobe loop bus headed for the Shin-Kobe ropeway. This ropeway is a 1.5km ropeway, taking around 10 minutes, running from near the Shin-Kobe train station, up to a herb garden at the top. According to wikipedia "Its scenic view is popular among tourists". Not this tourist. It was ...