Maizuru Grand Chateau

Address: 25-4 Orihara, Hikitsuchi, Maizuru, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 624-0854, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 25-4 Orihara, Hikitsuchi, Maizuru.
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Travel Blogs from Maizuru

Mihama wa doko?

A travel blog entry by skoga on Nov 02, 2010

18 photos

... is making my mother one now. She says hambun, mada hambun, I think she will have it done before I leave.

To my surprise when I stop by Meri-chan is standing. She told me yesterday, she is grateful to still be able to stand and go to the toilet, the obutsudan and the table to eat. It’s lunch time, Aki-san invites me to stay for lunch.

Tadaima, Kiyokazu has the day off, he says let’s go for a drive. We always go to ...

A Soapy Tale

A travel blog entry by jill-cam on Feb 04, 2008

8 comments, 1 photo

... digital camera screen to try and demonstrate that there was no people in the photo. However, I think she was a bit of a control freak with her response. An old woman sitting in the change room next door just laughed when I showed her the photo, and the bath house staff lady didn't mind either. Phew! Overall, I'd have to say going to the bath was one of my favourite Japanese experiences, because it was so different from anything I'd done before, and ...

Dec 26th

A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

28 photos

... still live and work. Passing by some of the teahouse entryways, you can sometimes spot the shoes of the Maiko (they are high, wooden platform shoes). Geisha, as has been said many times are NOT prostitutes, but women with years of training in certain Japanese performing and cultural arts. I saw a few on my last trip, but we didn't catch a glimpse of any this time -- in fact, I didn't even here any singing or samisen ...

Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

4 photos

... society, derided and often physically abused by their neighbours. If they opposed the war, they opposed the Emperor, and the Emperor was the God of Japan, so they were seen as traitors of the worst kind. Men as young as 15 were taught to be kamakase pilots, if they refused, their families and loved ones would be taunted and bullied, possibly hurt, as well as the individual themselves likely ending up in jail and beaten. Back to ...

On the Zen way

A travel blog entry by worldtaste on Jun 15, 2007

45 photos

... tori, museum and for all of them an army of workers or monk!!!! Japanese are till now for me one of the cleanest people in the world: not allowed to throw a cigarette in the street or you pay a bill, all the street are very clean and even with that, there are like 4 or 5 workers to continue to clean everything at anytime! The good point ...