Park Inn Kaibara

380 Hotsubo Kaibaracho, Tamba, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 669-3311, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tamba

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 chuckieduckie


... we walked in and cracked up. it was hilarious cause it was like watching "Keys to the VIP, JAPAN". best story was.. this one jock was dancing (i'm keeping it PG) with this girl and then all of a sudden he was holding his pants and was running to the bathroom. hahahah. amazing.

we then bounced to this small bar for some cool down.. (cool down with shark and beer cocktails.. shark being an energy drink like redbull)

oh, i forgot.. we went to take photos ...

Traveling to Tokyo... night in Roppongi

A travel blog entry by claudiv

... Asakusa, and Tokyo. There are also two different railways that run through Tokyo called the JR and the Subway. I feel like now that I have navigated the Tokyo trains I can travel anywhere because I have never seen such confusing transportation routes. Roppongi is in the southwest section of Tokyo so we had to walk to the Kyobashi subway station and catch the Ginza line down to the Ginza station then switch to the Hibiya line and travel to ...

Eye Opening Experiences in My Own Backyard

A travel blog entry by brianneinjapan


... her seat to the elderly man. The bus ride is very shaky and instead of walking away, she takes him by the arm and guides him to the seat. I rarely see people give up their seats to anyone in Japan, and I ride packed trains at least twice a day if not more. It just isn't something that is done in Japan. If you get a seat, you keep it. School kids, men and women my age, it doesn't matter, people rarely offer up their seat. In the few instances that I have seen someone offer ...

Japan - saving the oceans!

A travel blog entry by humanetraveler

... in Japan. For example, a bag of rice crackers and peanuts that we bought in one of the convenience stores said, "It is very easy to eat this nuts. It is because it is wishing you want to spend great time, this nuts will help your wish." Japan is extremely clean and safe. We saw homeless people but none of them beg for food or money. There is very little crime in the country. We learned a little bit of the language and a lot of people spoke a little bit of ...


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