Park Hotel

706-7 Enai , Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa Prefecture, Shikoku, 766-0004, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kotohira-cho

A new island

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... above. On each floor there were 4 aisles of capsules ( both sides of the aisle and two high). Each floor also had toilets and hand basins and a tiny common room. Luckily ( for me ) there weren't many people staying so I had a shower and bath by myself!!!! and had a reasonable nights sleep.
But seriously with all those rules you would have thought the place was a palace but that it wasn't
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Takamatsu

A travel blog entry by triptalk

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... can't resist them, and this one was really beautifully done and no fake villagers! The second day I went to Naoshima island, about an hour's ferry ride away. It is a small island with a few fishing villages that has somehow turned into the home of a lot of high end modern art. Museum Buildings designed by Tadao Ando that were amazing in themselves. One piece in the Chichi Art Museum by ...

Kurashiki

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan

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... The gallery here was closed as well but it's a picturesque setting with a bunch of old black and white warehouses set along the canal. Nothing particularly special but a nice quiet way to pass the middle of the day. Lunch was Sashimi Gozen, very similar to what I had for dinner in the Ryokan in Beppu but ...

Shikoku day trip

A travel blog entry by clagolzo

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... on the train, and (almost) everybody was in a good mood!




Once on Shikoku we got driven around the gorge in a cool old school bus, to all the best local sights.












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Kotohira - Ryokans and underground shrines

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness

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... wooden bath. More importantly, the dinner there was absolutely amazing and included sashimi, tempura, baked fish with cheese and spinach, noodle soup (cooked over our own stove on the table), plus various pickles and probably some tofu as well. We were well impressed.

The next morning we visited the zentsu Ji temple where kobo Daishi was born, who was responsible for setting up 88 temples across Shikoku. Lots of people do a pilgrimage of all 88, but given ...

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