Nishi-Akashi Rincarn Hotel

Address: 2-3-7 Matsunochi, Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 673-0016, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Nishi Akashi Station area of Akashi.
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      A travel blog entry by steveandtam on Mar 19, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... out which one was the best. There we were, huddling together in the freezing cold street snarfing down molten hot balls filled with octopus and various flavorings. We carefully evaluated texture (both inner and outer), residual heat, and flavour). It was a tough call, but the ones under the giant octopus won it by a fraction! We slowly made our way back to the hotel, and I mean s.l.o.w.l.y. Actually, we pretty much rolled on back. Bring on kyoto ...

      The Russells take over Japan

      A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Oct 07, 2013

      115 photos

      ... the Peace Memorial Museum because it was closing. Chris made sure we did this first so he could have enough time to go through at his desired pace, which was about 3 hours longer than his parents, 2 hours longer than myself and 1 hour longer than his sister. While his parents were waiting for everyone to finish they got approached by local school children who were out practicing their English with the tourists. I thought this was a great idea for their teachers to think ...


      A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Aug 03, 2013

      82 photos

      ... Osaka-jo was first built by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who was the unifier of Japan. 32 years later, in 1615, it was destroyed by Tokugawa Ieyasu who then rebuilt it and used it during the reign of the shogunate. It was destroyed again in 1868 before the Meji Restoration and the return of the emperor. The castle we saw was a 1931 concrete reconstruction of the original, which was certainly not as impressive or historic as it would have been to see the original. The facade of ...

      Mushi Mushi, Osaka

      A travel blog entry by shenanigans on Feb 28, 2013

      17 photos

      We arrive at Osaka Station after the overnight bus. It's 5.15am and the station is open for business, with quite a few commuters already on their journey. We get our bearings and get a train to Momodani Station just next to our home for the next few days - Bonsai Guesthouse. It's dark and no staff are around to let us in. Their 'useful' sign reads: "if you arrive before 8am please come back after 8am". Super. Thankfully, the 24hr McDonalds a stone's ...

      Beneath the tides...

      A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan on Aug 07, 2012

      1 comment, 38 photos

      ... man's area when Osaka was re built after the war, so there are lots of bars and restaurants.

      We headed to find the giant blowfish lamp and tsutenkaku tower. Unfortunately a wrong choice of underground exit meant we went the wrong way...doh! Still, we ended up in Denden town where inbetween the porn video shops are loads of electronic stores and one huge toy shop (more bought for that nephew of ours...!)

      When we did find the right way the ...