Toyoko Inn Aioieki Shinkansenguchi

Address: 2-17 Hongocho, Aioi, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 678-0006, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2-17 Hongocho, Aioi.
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      Hinase Part 2

      A travel blog entry by alecwalker on Dec 14, 2014

      16 photos

      ... never listened to Bob Marley- Iron Lion Zion but I made sure he has now! ). The work was easy, involved a lot of painting and riding back and forth on the boat, even got to drive it a few times. Really got into my reading having got the kindle delivered, finished Feral a book about the possibilities about rewilding large stretches of the British countryside, a concept I found fascinating. I also read Dorian Gray and Alice in Wonderland, because what can make classic books better ...

      Hinase - Working on the house

      A travel blog entry by alecwalker on Nov 29, 2014

      28 photos

      ... painting and helped tidy up the beach. There has been a few excursions away from the house either because it's a Sunday and we get the day off or because Mokoto can't be asked to work so takes us out. The first trip was to the islands only school which is shutting down because it has about 8 students. They were putting on a final show for the community and It was, considering how old they were, very good. There was music, drama and a demonstration of ...

      Himeji castles and gardens

      A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990 on Nov 23, 2014

      3 photos

      ... like a flying heron. Inside the inner moat was a park where we sat and had a picnic before paying the entrance fee to go up to the castle tour. The main tower is closed currently for restorations but we were able to walk around the outer buildings with a volunteer guide who offered us a free English tour. He was very knowledgable and able to discuss the roles of the Samurai in the defence of the castle throughout its history. It added real ...

      Flying White Heron -- Himeji Castle

      A travel blog entry by jasminetea on Jan 05, 2009

      24 photos

      ... as the first Japanese National Cultural Treasure by UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the films 007 You only live twice 1967 Akira Kurosawa's Kagemusha 1980 Ran 1985 The last Samurai 2003 How to get there: By car -- It took me 1.5 hours to drive from Kobe to Himeji, but I didn't use the motorway as it is ...

      Day 13 - Part 2 - Kaiseki at Yumiharinooka

      A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 02, 2008

      10 photos

      ..., an eye-wateringly expensive looking hotel which must have one of the finest views of all of the hotels in Japan. I learnt while I was up here that the mountains and islands around Sasebo were used for filming quite a few scenes from the Tom Cruise movie "The Last Samuri". I'm going to watch the DVD when I get home to see if I can pick the scenes. We were given a choice of Chinese ...