Park Inn Kaibara

Address: 380 Hotsubo Kaibaracho, Tamba, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 669-3311, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 380 Hotsubo Kaibaracho, Tamba.
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A travel blog entry by joca92 on Nov 04, 2014

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... a little but gave some even better views. At times I had to remind myself that this was a city hit by a huge earthquake 20 years before! When back at sea level, I headed to kitano-cho which is an area which was popular with European traders when Kobe was a major Japanese port in the Meiji period. There were a number of different European styled houses(such as an English house and Austrian house) which have ...

Cooking class

A travel blog entry by vicpow on Dec 28, 2013

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... she was joking or not! She didn't appear to be very happy in her marriage as her husband was very quiet and antisocial. Yoshiko was a housewife but used to work at junior school teaching English, her English was pretty good and she has a very good sense of humour.

She dropped us back to the station and Lorry and I had a look around the Hankyu department store food hall. We had some wine tasting with the hostess speaking great ...

If You Never See Me Again...

A travel blog entry by allisonsee on Feb 12, 2010


... could literally eat the salmon, miso soup, and rice, along with other things, which I have no idea what they were, for the rest of my life and never get tired of it. It was difficult, but I was finally able to pull myself away from the food so that we could meet up with the rest of the group that would be touring Kyoto with for the day.

Our first stop was in North Kyoto to see Kinkaku-ji, or the Golden Pavilion. Labeled as the second most ...

Traveling to Tokyo... night in Roppongi

A travel blog entry by claudiv on Apr 07, 2009

Today was our second day in Japan and I met up with Silvi around 10am and went to the train station to catch a train to Tokyo. Our train didn't come for an hour so we hung out in the train station lobby and then hopped on the bullet train. The train ride was 2 hours and 40 minutes and made a few stops along the way. We slept the majority of the ride and then planned what we wanted to do towards the end of the ride. We arrived at Tokyo station around ...

Eye Opening Experiences in My Own Backyard

A travel blog entry by brianneinjapan on May 23, 2008

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... a bus back to the station, and quickly became lost in my own thoughts as I stared out the window. I was thinking about the people who helped me out that day, or the people who purposely avoided me. I zoned in on people in general, and couldn't help but think that even though the world is small- people are NOT actually all the same at heart. I knew it was a bad thought to think, but honestly- people in different countries have different priorities, different thought ...