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

Disembarking the ship

A travel blog entry by foxiii on Oct 16, 2014

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Leaving the ship this morning parting ways with new friends and I am off to Osaka for one night before heading home. Well my last 3 days on board alone didn't really turn out to be alone that much :o) Besides all the crew looking after me I met some other nice people. I have been invited by a lovely couple from Canada to come visit either city, beach or snow. Another couple from Cars Park in Sydney who have a lovely ...

Taifu dayo!

A travel blog entry by skoga on Nov 01, 2010

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... Meri-chan looks much better than I expected. I had heard she had been ill and was in hospital for 40 days. She has the same bright eyes and smile, her color is good. I am happy. I told her I came because she had said “shinu ma de kurun ka?”…inka-go for are you going to come before I die? She said she just wanted to see my face one more time. Meri-chan keeps the stuffed monkey I gave her many years ago right next to the TV. ...

Dec 27th

A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 27, 2007

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... was such a funny coincidence. We took a quick walk through Nishiki-dori (picking up the prized honey-butter roasted sweet potatoes), before we start to head west to find Nijo Castle. The walk to Nijo turns out to be quite long, so once again, we stop for our daily lattes at a large coffee shop one of the main north/south streets -- Karasumi-dori. A good hour or so later, we arrive at Nijo castle, situated at the corner of ...


A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

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... Along the way, we saw a temple built by Mr. Okado in 1959, who founded a new religion called Makihari which means "True Light". The center of the roof is a big sun. It is shaped like a big crane. The religion was a combination of different religions. He used the symbols of a Jewish Star of David, a swastika, which is a Buddhist symbol, and lotus blossoms. Takayama is in the northern Japanese Alps. It was at one time very isolated from the rest of Japan because of ...

Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

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... Surprised that a cartoon was in the official musuem, as in England, I was bought up to understand that comics are a funny medium to keep children amused, not an appropriate way to discuss such a serious event, I started reading. Hiroshima local and A bomb survivor Kenji Nakazawa, traumatised about his experiences of the second world war wrote a series of manga books about life for the average Japanese citzen during the war, before, ...