Neyagawa Trend Hotel

Address: 7-7 Taiseicho, Neyagawa, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 572-0819, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7-7 Taiseicho, Neyagawa, is near Nishinomaru garden and Shirokita Park.
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Travel Blogs from Neyagawa

Random observations of Japan

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 25, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... You can buy a kind of wafer which they come and bow to receive as soon as they see it in your hand. They are well looked after. If injured or pregnant, they are taken to a special compound where they are looked after. You can imagine that this was a highlight for me! The Shinto shrine is notable for having over 1000 cement lanterns on the grounds. Although they truly are lanterns, they look more like small shrines .. this is also true because they ...

Rainy all day Tour of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Apr 13, 2015

... not as rich and did not feel he had to impress anyone. The emperor only appears here once a year as he lives in Tokyo. The grounds were beautiful, even in the rain. We had a very nice Japanese set lunch at a local restaurant featuring a chicken hot-pot, tempura shrimp, tofu, rice, etc. and fruit. Hei-an Shinto Shrine has enshrine do two deities of the first and last Kyoto emperors who were dedicated to peace. There are no writings jn Shinto, or any rules or ...

The Imperial Palace & Shimagamo Shinto Shrines

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 04, 2015

12 photos

... course; you walk up to the gate, bow, step over the high lintel, turn, and bow again), and a long line of beautiful broad-leaf trees.

The Shimogamo shrine dates back to the 2nd century BCE and has been in continuous use since then, or so they say. The wooden buildings have been replaced many times but in the same style each time. They are truly lovely. The vermilion color here is prominent. The Kamosai Festival held here on May ...

Backroads of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on Jun 04, 2014

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... Ji Temple. We trekked through the winding streets of Sannenzaka and Ninenzaka and were transported back in time. The streets are lined with traditional craft and sweet shops, and Japanese women and men walked around in kimonos; it's a quaint and charming area. I just wish there weren't hordes of obnoxious tour groups and screaming school children on trips. Barry and I pushed through the crowds quickly on the way up and ...


A travel blog entry by mek1 on Apr 16, 2014

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... on the top and then sauce is added at the end. There were two restaurants where they served blowfish prepared by specially trained licensed chefs. Apparently if this is not prepared properly the eater will die.

We are now staying for the next four nights at the Kyoto Hotel Okura. It is apparently the most sought after hotel in Kyoto, but it is Japanese. What I have found most interesting so far is that very few Japanese speak ...

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