Sakai Sun Hotel Ishizugawa

Address: 3-4-25 Hamadera Ishizuchonishi, Nishi-ku, Sakai, Osaka, Kinki, 592-8333, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3-4-25 Hamadera Ishizuchonishi, Nishi-ku, Sakai, is near Yayoi Culture Museum and Abeno Soho.
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        Travel Blogs from Sakai

        Shinkansen Very Fast Train to Shin-Yokahama

        A travel blog entry by ballan on Oct 26, 2015

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        ... We take a taxi shared with a beautiful Japanese couple - our share 2100yen - we get dropped off at the start of the 3.5 km walk to the suspension bridge. It is an easy walk and some lovely mountain views and the river so clean and clear and the water changed colour as we progressed along the way. Reach the suspension bridge and had a coffee and apple pie - famous it seems - 6 Fuji apples in every pie. We caught the bus back to the carpark and continue on our way to Takayama. ...

        Planes, Trains, Peace and Love

        A travel blog entry by adventureingenu on Aug 07, 2015

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        ... of the block to the only lunch spot open, a traditional Hiroshima style diner. We were helped by a gentleman named Shin-Ji, who had very little English but was glad to try out what little he knew! I handed over my gluten free card, and he was very interested. Luckily, we were the only two customers in the small space, so we had lots of quality time discussing what I could and couldn't eat. Shin-Ji whipped up a great meal of fried egg, pork and spring onions ...

        Reasons why Japan is awesome

        A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 11, 2015

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        ... or just the way it is. Surprisingly there's no rubbish on the streets though, if Australia tried that people would just throw stuff everywhere.

        4. No clear walking side - Usually countries walk on the same side as they drive, not in Japan! It was all over the place, even some staircases/escalators in the same station had the up and down on different sides.

        That's really all I can think of. I can't recommend Japan more highly! ...


        A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 12, 2014

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        ... our Intrepid Travel guide that the geishas could charge up to US$10,000 per hour. So this is not something the run of the mill person could afford. The maiko would probably charge less.

        Annabel and Leigh had asked if they could join us to Gion but I guess the last minute decision was too late for them. We caught a taxi to Gion, peppering our conversation with the words “geisha” and “maiko” in the hope that ...

        Began with an earthquake...

        A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 06, 2014

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        ... wasn't. Overall, the show wasn't that great and not something I'd necessary recommend to other tourists. Afterwards on our way to dinner we tried to look for geisha. We didn't see anyone as our tour guide indicated that most of them would be busy performing and entertaining as it was 20:30. Thus we gave up and went for dinner instead. We went to a typical Japanese restaurant where you sit on the floor and I had some chicken with rice and egg that was actually quite ...

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