Sakaide Kokusai Hotel

1-3-5 Irifunecho, Sakaide, Kagawa Prefecture, Shikoku, 762-0002, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sakaide

Yamasaki, Okayama, Kurashiki

A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley

I started by a free tour visit to one of the largest whiskey factories in Japan: Yamasaki Suntoty Whiskey factory. After that I took the train to Okayama to visit the black castle. Kurashiki is just a train ride away to visit the old quarter of the city where it has over 400 in ...

Island hopping on the Inland Sea

A travel blog entry by guykb

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... tickets, the entry to the museum is via a walkway through a small rainforest (jungle) with stupendous views of the islands surrounding us. Then we approached the huge water droplet, took off our shoes and went inside. There are no works of art on display in the museum - the entire structure is the work of art. Designed by a famous Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa, the droplet is constructed of concrete and is 40m x 60m and forms a dome. Inside the dome two ...

On to Naoshima

A travel blog entry by guykb

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... wash pack which has a tiny hand towel and some soap and shampoo. The procedure is that you get completely naked, putting your things in a locker, the take your wash pack into the bath house where there are small stools with showers all around. You sit on the stool, turn on the shower and wash yourself thoroughly. Head to toe. Then after making sure you are spotless and all the soap has gone you can lower yourself into the onsen (bath). It was a bit embarrassing but then ...

EDS in the Japanese population

A travel blog entry by helenclare

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... are common in the Japanese population, particularly long working hours. In fitting with this notion, we noted high frequencies of EDS in both men and women, aged 16-80 years across several public areas in thee large Japanese cities. Given that this is not typically seen in Europe to the best of our knowledge, we considered the biopsychosocial model to explain this observation. Although psychosocial factors are well established in ...

Naoshima

A travel blog entry by helenclare

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Woken up this morning by a cockerel, we proceded by getting up and drinking some green tea. Our little Japanese old man then brought us some coffee :) In the morning we walked to the James Bond 007 tribute museum for the book "The man with the red tattoo" where some of the plot is based on the Naoshima Island. They are hoping that one day the book will be made into ...

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