Nabari City Hotel

37-1 Marunochi, Nabari, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 518-0718, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nabari

That Wonderful Moment When....

A travel blog entry by reiko13 on Aug 25, 2013

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... experience, and having a two year background in the language also helped me to glide a little easier through things like purchasing groceries and asking for directions. I feel that 8 years of self-studying this country and its culture helped me to assimilate at a fast pace, and I feel confident that my emotions and attitudes towards this country will remain stable even as the months begin to pass by. I feel so blessed!


Arrival at Osaka International Airport (KIX)

A travel blog entry by eric.andreski on Jul 31, 2012

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... very hot and humid, fairly similar to Korea. Anyway, we got to Sanami's car and we took off. It was really nice to see the countryside of Japan, as we were traveling to Sanami's house by car. I remember seeing a bunch of Japanese signs and trying to read them with my Japanese that had not been used for awhile. In the car, caught up and we talked about some stuff. One of the things being the Korean drama "Secret Garden." Abby told me about how ...

Follow the Thousand Gate Road

A travel blog entry by triphippo on Jun 10, 2012

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... gates you come to are larger and they seem to get progressively smaller as you go. Looking up these paths under the torii gates is a truly impressive sight. All you can see is a line of orange-red pole-you can't see to the other side. Further of the path of torii gates is an inner set of shrine buildings. Beyond this are more paths of torii gates, as well. There was also a smaller shrine along ...

Tea Time!

A travel blog entry by triphippo on Jun 10, 2012

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... two of us (I'm assuming because we were the only foreigners there-as on our way out we saw several Japanese patrons waiting together to enter the tea house!). The tea house had a beautiful little Japanese garden outside. We were ushered into the garden to wait on a bench for a few minutes. We were then led up the small garden path and removed our shoes to step into the wood-floored hallway (or rōka). We then stepped through a Japanese shōji ...

Nara Daytrip

A travel blog entry by pyres on Nov 19, 2011

1 comment, 3 photos

... our luggage. Then we headed to the Nara park, where Todaiji temple was located. Entering the park we were immediately greeted by herds of semi-wild deer living in the park. The deer are considered in Shinto religion to be messengers of gods (kami), so they are allowed to wander the park freely, begging passerbies for snacks, harassing picnickers and generally being bothersome pests. These guys are ...


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