Maiko Villa Kobe

Address: 18-11 Higashimaikocho, Tarumi-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 655-0047, Japan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 18-11 Higashimaikocho, Tarumi-ku, Kobe, is near Akashi Kaikyo Bridge and Sumaura Park.
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      The Night of Reckoning

      A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 14, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... meet her daughters Hitomi and Haruka and her husband Sugimoto. While the restaurant was very nice and the food great the big surprise was how well both sisters and mothers got along. I'm sure both oil and water claimed responsibility for making the evening peaceful by keeping it non-confrontational (I know Mo did), but whatever the case we all had a nice time. Hitomi was charming and Marina had a great time getting to know her new cousins. Another great day in ...

      Temple, Shrine, Shrine Temple

      A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on May 08, 2013

      13 photos

      ... enough and we had a very big walk today so we deserve it right?? Whilst we were in there, a chap was buying some wine to take on board. Well getting on that band wagon as the wine only cost us 2.50 when you convert it so much cheaper than the ship, thank you very much little guy!!

      Guess what, sea again today. I am going to get bored of writing this so just assume if I don’t mention land we are sailing the high seas.

      O for Osaka

      A travel blog entry by emds on Sep 16, 2012

      11 photos

      ... enough pictures of the food so you can tell what you’re getting.

      Another strange thing, while I’m on the subject of restaurants, is the plastic models of food many places in Korea and Japan use to display outside of the restaurant. At first I found this quite vulgar. I don’t know why, but they used to creep me out. Though, after such a long time over here I’m getting used to it. Still, I wonder how they get the food to match the model? Which ...

      Osaka, Nara, KOYA-SAN

      A travel blog entry by rivkapi on Apr 02, 2012


      ... a ceremony. then i went to eat where the lonlet-planet recommends, good.
      after lunch i walked among the temples, some has paintings.
      the steepy mountains are covered with cedar tall trees. the way to get there take 3 hours, good views. there are blooming trees - sometime the whole mountain covered - this is when you descend the mountain

      i lost the adaptor and i can not find another here - means can not charge the telephone and i will not open it.. ...

      Bring on the Sushi

      A travel blog entry by suzymoldau on Nov 24, 2011

      3 comments, 44 photos

      ... sensational dish of hot soba noodles and shrimp tempura and then relax in my capsule with my own personal TV. There are 21 capsules in one room. you get locker for you things inc a towel and there is enought room to sit up in the capsule. So for a one night stay its great wouldn't recommend it if you have lots of luggage though.
      Ok nearly there. The next day was my penultimate day in Japan so I was up early to get to the famous fish market. Despite getting a little lost once I ...