Nishi-Akashi Hotel

12-7 Wasaka, Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 673-0012, Japan | Hotel
Prices starting from $51.00

Travel Blogs from Akashi

I have to wait for one month!

A travel blog entry by kayoko

... 22806;のਹ 8;間は自由ą 78;間なので 289;ランニン 2464;しようが&# 12289;昼寝しよ& #12358;が、どう ぞご勝手に ;!
でも、ド田 ;舎なのでӡ ...


A travel blog entry by stephanielutzke

... plate, one of which was sashimi (raw chicken). We hesitated to consume the uncooked goods before throwing it onto the hot plate to sizzle away. The rest of the dishes were very nice, select parts of the chicken which we had no idea of went great with a salad and dipping sauce supplied. Once dinner was finished, we were given a parting gift before we were on our way back to the hotel for a good nights ...

Konnichiwa, Ryu Sazuki!

A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum

... t, therefore it was in my best interest to keep quiet. So when we eventually arrived at our destination, I saw a sign that read ‘Kyoto’ which is an alternate Japanese city that we had previously visited on our first day and frankly miles away from where I wanted to be, at this point I remember thinking ‘what the lkasjdlasjdls?!?!?’. We get off the train and I'm unsure on what to do, she then asked me ‘what do you want to see first the castle or ...

Day 13 - Sun, a pier and more food.

A travel blog entry by lauren.midgley

... We resided to our rooms and I chilled for a while and soon enough Nat had returned ready to eat. We met Josh on the way and had yummy asian soups, My soup had heaps of veggies with shrimp, chicken and pork. It was so filling but really what I felt like. Today was a really quiet day but I really enjoyed the company of people that lived here and I spent a lot of my time listening about the lives that people led at Universal Studios Japan. As Nat went back ...


A travel blog entry by aspasy


... on se sent comme si on avait vécu jusqu'à maintenant au fin fond de la jungle avec les gorilles.

NON : les écolières ne portent pas de jupes ultra courtes! Jusqu'à maintenant je suis même surprise de comment elles sont LONGUES! C'est peut-être encore une fois quelque chose qu'on voit à Tokyo...

OUI : des gens portent le kimono. Vraiment, dans le train dans la rue. Pas très souvent ...


This hotel is located in the Nishi Akashi Station area of Akashi.
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