Super Hotel Midosujisen Esaka

Address: 12-33 Hiroshiba-cho, Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 564-0052 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Esaka Station area of Suita, is near Nishinomaru garden, Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Hep Five Ferris Wheel, and Minoh Park (Mino Koen).
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    Travel Blogs from Suita

    Kyoto Northern and Southern Higashiyama

    A travel blog entry by ruby_travel on Oct 18, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... was Murin-an garden and villa, a sanctuary in the middle of town surrounded by thick walls. Apparently, the villa was owned by a former prime minister in the 1890's. We continued on to more temples but these were wonderful, less crowded and not as touristy as those we saw yesterday. The Tenju-an temple had an exquisite and quiet Japanese garden with trickling water, ponds and enormous fish.
    We then walked the Tetsugaku-no-Michi, the philosopher's path, ...

    Random observations of Japan

    A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 25, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... sprays is also variable ... be forewarned! Most have a double, but not an automatic flush. Learn the Japanese symbols for big and small. But in many public places, washrooms are mixed. Always super clean, but frequently there are more "squat" toilets than western style. So far I've always been able to find a western style, but that may not be true everywhere. Also, I don't really understand why, but frequently there are no hand dryers or paper ...

    I Have Been Blessed by a Shinto Priest

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 06, 2015

    10 photos

    ... its daily birth signifies your own divine descent. This solar orientation for religion we have noted often around the world already, of course. But in Japan, every original ancestor of every family was a god. That is, we are all god’s children, literally, or at least all native Japanese are.

    The process for the creation of Shinto priests, however, is limited. There are only two colleges for Shinto priests in all of Japan, which teach the traditions, ...

    Kyoto - 3rd Day

    A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 20, 2014

    13 photos

    ... can be best described as a Steam Punk theatrical live Anime performance with dance, magic, circus arts and story telling in mime. I've included the link for better detail 4/02/26/stage/get-into-gear-at-an-immer sive-kyoto-theater-show/#.VB2DjmIaySM It was sensational and very, very creative. Dinner at our now favourite east/west eatery on Aneyko-Koji. Last day in Kyoto. Moving on tomorrow ...

    Temples and Shrines of Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by livingmydreams on Jun 29, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... hawk is the royal bird, like the eagle is to the west. The temple contains open wood carvings, these have different carvings on each side. A Shogun had one formal wife and hundreds of other wives. He had hundreds of children and worked to build his lineage. He used his daughters to attract strong husbands. No men were allowed in the bedroom. Long swords were left in the greeting room at the front. Short swords could remain as they were part of formal attire. In the ...