Seiwa Hotel

Address: 2-108-6 Suehirocho, Fukuchiyama, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 620-0054, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2-108-6 Suehirocho, Fukuchiyama.
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        Travel Blogs from Fukuchiyama

        Clip Clopping through Kinosaki

        A travel blog entry by martycindy on Apr 24, 2014

        81 photos

        ... all within reasonable walking distance of each other.

        As we check-in, we are given our yukata and geta (casual cotton kimono and wooden slippers that all visitors around town are wearing). Trust me when I say these things are friggin hard to walk in at first! We also each get a bag with a small towel to cover our private bits at the baths (I needed a bigger towel hehe), and most importantly, our invaluable onsen pass. This pass allows us to visit any ...

        A Soapy Tale

        A travel blog entry by jill-cam on Feb 04, 2008

        8 comments, 1 photo

        ... signs, but only in Japanese, so I had no idea if there was a particular order of use which would help me be the most relaxed or beautiful! Being a newbie, I chose to sit in just one and relax my aching muscles. (We'd done a lot of walking in 3 days). So what had started as a nerve racking experience I quite enjoyed. The next night we looked forward to our baths after a freezing day of touring around temples in light snow. I felt more expert, and ...

        Dec 26th

        A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

        28 photos

        ... to Sacks Fifth or Henri Bendel's in NYC). But unlike US department stores, the ones in Japan are throw-backs to the pre-mall era when these venues ruled. We went into the store and looked for a directory sign, then headed straight for the basement where all the luxury food shops and grocery are kept. While there, we found boutique after boutique of european fine chocolates, pastries, wines, and Japanese ...


        A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

        1 comment, 26 photos

        ... Samurai class. Afterwords we went to see Sakurayama-Nikko Kan a 1/10th scaled model of the shrines and castle. There were miniature buildings and shrines, and even a miniature parade with some of the floats--especially the golden float being carried by 60 men. In the evening we wondered around the old town and finally found a family owned restaurant, where I decided to try the famous Hida Beef. Yehuda ordered something with salmon. The meal consisted of miso soup, ...

        Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

        A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

        4 photos

        ... in an effort to help them. Many atomic bomb survivors developed keloids after being exposed to the atomic bomb, some as late as 15 years after the explosion. Keloids are abnormal skin growths that look like huge welds. Sometimes, keloids have rendered people unable to move properly, as they have joined necks to shoulders or formed a band between upper and lower arm, preventing full use of the limb. Keloids are unsightly and ...