Kyoumachi Kankou Hotel

Address: 669 Mukae, Ebino, Miyazaki Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 889-4151, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Kyomachi Onsen area of Ebino.
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    Travel Blogs from Ebino

    Old trains and steam engines

    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 06, 2014

    43 photos

    ... John. There was beer, sake and orange juice as well as cheese and bickies.

    When we returned to the hotel, we decided to have a change from Japanese food and went Indian instead. We had a set meat with Joseph having the bean curry with a vegetable samosa. I opted for a prawn curry with a tandoori chicken. Both came with a salad, rice and a large naan. Could not finish the meal. Got to lose some weight before coming home!!!


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    One goes to a volcano

    A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 08, 2014

    ... trying to work out what I'm going to do when I get somewhere. The lady at information says to follow the tram tracks so I ignore this and follow the river. I go past some "birthplace of" people they are clearly proud of but I have no idea who they are. They've gone all out on tourist information even though there's very little to see. The river gets me no where so I admit defeat and ask for directions. He (and his wife) google maps it, goes on and on in Japanese before ...

    The Day I saw a Volcano

    A travel blog entry by mitsukishiroi on Mar 30, 2012

    2 comments, 67 photos

    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 on Jul 16, 2011

    9 photos

    ... which (Rokkannon Miike and Fudoike) are particularly clear and blue. There are also two peaks that you can ascend--Mt. Shiratori and Mt. Koshiki-dake that both overlook Mt. Karakuni. Mt. Shiratori is an easier hike because the ascent starts from a higher place on the Ebino highlands. Mt. Koshiki, however, starts after a long descent into a valley, so it feels that much strenuous. Somewhere on Koshiki hike, I found the disappointment of ...

    Yakushima 4.5: Last gasp

    A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 15, 2011

    4 photos

    ... who go slowly and stop often for notes about nature and other tidbits. However, this timing is also another practical point for tourists. Though the Japanese should be praised for the extent of their timetables and the accuracy of their train and bus timings, they do overestimate the time of hikes. I’m not saying I’m the fastest hiker, and I was definitely hustling a bit yesterday, but I’ve found that you can usually shave an hour ...