Toyoko Inn Aioieki Shinkansenguchi

2-17 Hongocho, Aioi, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 678-0006, Japan | Hotel
Prices starting from $76.00

Travel Blogs from Aioi


A travel blog entry by rcarosso


... a little more than an hour back, twice the time as the Shin, and we got into Osaka station around 5:30. For dinner we met a couple of Malinee's friends from university and had a good time at a curry restaurant. After dinner we did our usual Umeda hangout, people watching and listening to street performers while Malinee and her friend caught up. Hadn't planned this day out before coming but it was one of my favorites. Only two to go, I'm getting ...

First day in Osaka

A travel blog entry by meljello


... more enjoyable! Lots of photos of all different marine and aquatic animals. I loved seeing the seals frolicking and being fed as well as the ginormous tank holding two whale sharks and a myriad of other sharks and rays. The jellyfish displays were very cool too, seeing a whole range of different types. We finished up and had a snack of green tea/vanilla softserve (for me) and chocolate/banana mix Dippin Dots (for Stirl) before jumping on the Temozan ...

A rainy end to Japan.

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish


We arrived in Himeji to view what is meant to be Japan's most beautiful castle however unfortunately this was covered up by a massive plastic sheet and scaffolding due to restoration work. We still wandered through the grounds and into part of the castle but it probably wasn’t worth the trip. After a very non Japanese lunch of banana sandwich (the safest option) we then went to Kokeon gardens which are 9 Japanese gardens in different styles. This was nice yet we ...

Amit,Kirill and Richard Go To The White Castle

A travel blog entry by uglymaggott


... are also Australians everywhere. Today was spent in Himeji - a fairly small place but with a lot of "cultural world heritage", their words, not mine. The journey was pretty uneventful except that we saw the world's biggest suspension bridge near Kobe. Brunel would be proud. Unfortunately he'd be less proud of the fact I didn't get a picture of it. I did draw one though. ...


A travel blog entry by anslwithers


This town is famous for its castle. It's one of the most magnificent of the handful of Japanese castles that have survived in their original form - most castles have either been burnt or bombed down and then rebuilt of concrete (some with period features such as escalators and lifts) so it was nice to see the original 16th century wood and low ceilings in this one. It has 6 ...


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