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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    Travel Blogs from Aioi

    Everybody's working for the weekend

    A travel blog entry by erath on Jun 14, 2015

    11 photos

    ... with 150% without losing any significant amount of visitors. Even 200 Yen would be an acceptable price for any tourist. It would also save them a lot of coins that they now require for change. Anyway... Nice garden to walk around in and I had ample opportunity to play around with my camera again. Lots of streams and ponds with Koi, surrounded by excellently maintained trees and flowerbeds.

    On to the third tourist spot of Himeji: the ...

    Himeji Castle in the Cherry Blossoms

    A travel blog entry by acampen on Apr 01, 2015

    13 photos

    ... areas of the castle. We learned that each major family that had occupied the castle had a unique design imprinted upon the end tiles of the roof. The level of detail is stunning. Upon entering, we were in a shoe-removal area, and put our shoes into bags to carry around with us.

    The interior of the castle was quite dark, although the numerous windows were unshuttered. The wooden floors creaked and echoed ...

    Himeji- Not bad...

    A travel blog entry by kawaiguy on May 04, 2010

    14 photos

    ... one basement inside. The two main pillars in the tower whose diameters are nearly one meter, make this a tough stronghold indeed.

    Shaun Kerridge: Norimura Akamatsu, the ruler of the Harima District in Himeji, built a fort in 1333, and later, his son, along with others, maintained a fort in this area until eventually Terumasa Ikeda, son-in-law of the ShogunI eyas Tokogawa, moved into the castle to rule.

    His annual salary, ...

    Thursday: Storming Himeji Castle

    A travel blog entry by kinch417 on Jul 16, 2009

    24 photos

    ... enemy). Just when you think you've reached the top, there was another staircase. At the very top is a small shrine. I made an offering and said a prayer.

    The view from the top is a study of old and new Japan at once. I really didn't want to mix the two in my photos, but it was hard to ignore the cityscape beyond the fortress gate. In the end I began to appreciate the dichotomy.

    There are 2 interesting ...

    Day 14 - Himeji Castle

    A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 03, 2008

    13 photos

    ... and well defined field of fire. Needless to say that an enemy, had they managed the breach the outer wall and make it across the surrounding fields surrounding the castle, would not have lived through the ascent up the pathways toward the castle. Without such opposition, we continued upwards towards the entrance to the main castle. Climbing different gradients of steps, and navigating a series ...