Sakurakan

Address: 148 Kurosakicho, Ako, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 678-0259, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 148 Kurosakicho, Ako.
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Travel Blogs from Ako

Everybody's working for the weekend

A travel blog entry by erath on Jun 14, 2015

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... was not decided by the same guy as from the garden.


Today was my last day at Himeji, during which I just strolled around the city to check the many small shops for some souvenirs (Omiyage!) and a proper coffee. Apparently the hotel reached its budget limit when a coffee machine had to be bought for the breakfast room. Blergh, truly awful stuff that they served there! Before taking the shinkansen back home, I wanted to have a ...

Bitter-Sweet Day

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on May 16, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

... really loved it because they got to jump around and be silly. They especially loved the "NO MORE MONKEY'S JUMPING ON THE BED" because I would poke their foreheads or tickle them as I said it haha. They gave me a gift, it was a flip book, each child drew a picture of me it's very cute. I will show you all when I visit. After school the Japanese teachers had a going away dinner for me. The restaurant was on the roof of a building, it reminded me of a ...

Himeji

A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Apr 16, 2015

19 photos

... can imagine. These were great for us where we woke up bleary-eyed on an early trip to the train station.

We purchased a JR pass (Japan Rail) while in Cambodia, which is absolutely marvelous and everyone coming to Japan must get one (because otherwise the trains are way too expensive). Anyway, we had our first experience on a glorious, smooth and incredibly fast Shinkansen train. These trains are beautiful, comfortable, futuresque, sleek, and as efficient as you could imagine. ...

Himeji Castle in the Cherry Blossoms

A travel blog entry by acampen on Apr 01, 2015

13 photos

... Shiromaru Hime is super adorable, and, if you come to our house, you can see the fridge magnet we bought.

Himeji is Japan's most popular castle. As a result, the number of people that can enter the interior itself per day is limited. We were fortunate upon arrival to receive tickets allowing us entry into the castle itself. The queue to enter the castle wound up and around and up and around the ...

The Art of the Enkai

A travel blog entry by jellyinjapan on Dec 22, 2010

... around me. Which leads to a good time (:

Everyone had their glasses filled with beer, one of my least favorite beverages in the world. In Japanese culture, you drink to each other, and when you notice someone’s cup is empty, or just not full, for that matter, you pour more for them. It’s impolite to let them pour their own. So, luckily, I could take small sips whenever someone refilled my one-sip-missing cup, and not offend anyone. You often pour also to ...