Station Hotel Miyako

Address: 17-20 Miyamotocho, Kishiwada, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 596-0054, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 17-20 Miyamotocho, Kishiwada, is near Rinku Park and Yayoi Culture Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kishiwada

Highs and Lows in Osaka

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 09, 2014

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... bed (or should I say double bed) was separated with blinds and Japanese style curtains at the foot of each bed acting as doors. I said to David 'I feel like a Feudal lord!'. On the bed was hostel branded tissues and welcome ear buds to drown out snorers! This was perhaps the most stylish hostel I had ever stayed at.

To add further to the stylish feel of this hostel, they had 4 different types of showers located on different levels throughout ...

The Guitar Quest

A travel blog entry by glenndwyer on Apr 16, 2014

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... combo which included 3 pieces of Chicken Karaage which, if you have never heard of it, is chicken prices coated in rice flour then deep fried. Because they use rice flour you end up with a really thin crunchy coating which is super oishii as well.

After lunch we thought a nap was the order of the day so we headed back to the hotel and organised to meet up with the boys before heading to Coolabah Bar for the Mariners game.

Andy got ...

Mother Nature can't keep us down

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Oct 25, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... I could hear the pastries calling my name so I grabbed one with custard and fruit while Jord grabbed another coffee. It was one of the best breakfasts we've ever had I won't even lie to you. Once our bellies were full we headed to the Osaka castle which was extremely impressive from the outside. It's a huge castle surrounded by 2 moats in order to protect it incase of an attack and what was neat is that the moat varied on depth level in order to trick the invaders ...

Oh really

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 22, 2013

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... near, with the big temple. Shitennoji, they call it, though it seemed nice enough to me. It covers a huge area, lots of disparate buildings and little stalls everywhere, selling trinkets and food. Imagine a Christian church with a perpetual fete outside, though less ****. Most is open access, but my pass got me into a separate temple, with which I didn't bother, and the garden of Gokuraku-Jodo, which is lovely. It's also not huge, so a lovely place to go and relax without ...

Osaka - Land of Lights and Plastic Food

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys on Apr 30, 2013

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... the time, we joined in the line and were directed by the Japanese "people movers" onto escalators and through the mall. People movers we found throughout crowded areas in Japan. they wear uniforms with white gloves and often use megaphones to direct people in a very efficient manner!

We took our first Shinkansen - bullet train to Okayama where the boys (and us) were very excited to visit with our friend Midori and her ...

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