Seaside Terrace Setouchi

Address: 1657-20 Kurosaki Mitsucho, Tatsuno, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 671-1301, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1657-20 Kurosaki Mitsucho, Tatsuno.
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Travel Blogs from Tatsuno

Hinase Part 2

A travel blog entry by alecwalker on Dec 14, 2014

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It was strange I had come to Hinase believing that I was going to stay for one week max. I am now leaving after almost a month here! It was hard to bring myself to leave, the hosts were great, the food was amazing, the scenery stunning, the work easy and the other WWOOFers were just great fun. So the day after going to Onomichi Makoto tells us we are going to his parents house in kyoto, I'm happy with that, good chance to see some authentic culture, what he forgot to tell us was that ...

Himeji castles and gardens

A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990 on Nov 23, 2014

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... what we were looking at as we went around. After thanking our guide we went next door to the Kokoen gardens (we bought a combined castle and garden ticket). There was little in the way of flowers due to the time of year but the reds, yellows and oranges of the leaves alongside the many water features were very pretty. Both the castle and gardens were very busy, particularly with Japanese tourists, as it turned out to be a bank holiday. In ...

Himeji Castle

A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Jul 01, 2009

37 photos

... ornate roof tiles with the family crest on them.

Once we had looked around the castle we went for lunch, where I had purple noodles and a weird egg custrad thing with mushrooms. After lunch we went to look around the beautiful gardens. A series of about 8 Japanese-style gardens were all interconnected by gates. They all had trickling streams, little bridges, waterfalls, carp and flowers. It was lovely. After this we bought some ...

Day 14 - Himeji Castle

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 03, 2008

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... which was open to tourists anyway), and we enjoyed the 360 degree views of all of Himeji, and the crossbreezes which seemed to penetrate the windows of this floor moreso than the other floors, making the temperatures on this floor almost feel like they were below 40 degrees. Almost. I can only imagine the heat that the residents of this castle must have suffered through at the height of the ...

Himeji - our first big day trip

A travel blog entry by freya691 on May 09, 2008

2 comments, 6 photos

... and we learnt that the Princess Sen lived here happily with her husband, that the castle walls were slightly curved - called fan curves, to make it more difficult to climb. If they did succeed then they were lucky not to be fired upon, have hot oil thrown on them etc. Serious business this castle keeping. Apparently, when they were building the castle walls, there was a shortage of rocks (understandable when you see the amount of rocks needed) and they ...