Kyoumachi Kankou Hotel

669 Mukae, Ebino, Miyazaki Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 889-4151, Japan | Hotel
Prices starting from $84.00

Travel Blogs from Ebino

The Day I saw a Volcano

A travel blog entry by mitsukishiroi


Early start today-- after eating breakfast with my host, I say goodbye to him and make my way to Kagoshima-chuo eki. I drop my stuff, take the first sightseeing bus I spot and make my way to Shiroyama observatory, a viewpoint that shows you the entire city!

Enjoying a fabulous view over Kagoshima and Sakurajima in the distance, I get back in the bus for the rest of the tour and exit at the ferry terminal to catch the ferry going ...

Kirishima: Plan B it is

A travel blog entry by mchao


... fast pace. While nothing stood out as amazing, the hike takes you through temperate forests, past blue alpine lakes and over a sulphurous rock strewn crater that used to be Mt. Ioyama. Overall, it was nice enough.

The ride back, I dropped by Kirishima jingu (shrine), about fifteen minutes bus ride from the station. The grounds are set in the tress and the decoration is heavily colorful, obviously from a Chinese ...

Yakushima 4.5: Last gasp

A travel blog entry by mchao


... After the Taiko Iwa loop, I had time to divert to the Yayoi Sugi loop which leads you up and down an entirely paved and wooden staired path to the 3000 year old Yayoi cedar. This is probably the most popular loop with most tourists, only because it’s the most accessible and about 1 km in length. Both of the hikes took about 2.5 hours, while the stated time on the brochure is somewhere about 5. And that is probably accurate for the Japanese ...

After the Storm

A travel blog entry by gadelle


That night, I dreamt of strong winds rattling the windows, and the sound of driving rain.

When I awoke, Sarah asked me how I could possibly have slept through a typhoon. It wasn't the exhaustion, it wasn't the food, it's just that I really do sleep that soundly.

She said it had hit us around midnight, at which point she'd been woken up by the lightning, which lit up our room as bright as day. She'd given up trying to sleep ...

Walking, and then deciding that walking was bad!

A travel blog entry by chibisimo


We caught the ferry across to Mt. Sakurajima just before midday. Sakurajima is an active Stratovolcano that used to be an island before its lava flow (now cooled) connected it to the mainland in 1914.
The ferries are cheap, nice, and frequent, but when they drop you off the other side it can be a little difficult to get your bearings. It seems that most people come to Sakurajima with a car or on a guided tour so ...


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