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

      It was strange I had come to Hinase believing that I was going to stay for one week max. I am now leaving after almost a month here! It was hard to bring myself to leave, the hosts were great, the food was amazing, the scenery stunning, the work easy and the other WWOOFers were just great fun. So the day after going to Onomichi Makoto tells us we are going to his parents house in kyoto, I'm happy with that, good chance to see some authentic culture, what he forgot to tell us was that ...

      Hinase - Working on the house

      A travel blog entry by alecwalker on Nov 29, 2014

      28 photos

      ... and green tea. I met the other WWOOFers: Amo from the US, Dori from Hungary and two girls from Taiwan. The boss man Makoto and his wife Tomoko are great hosts and look after everyone really well. We are all here to help him not only build a guesthouse but also his own house which is literally falling apart. Tomoko nearly got hit with slab of rock that fell from the kitchen ceiling. The lifestyle is pretty chilled here, I would wake up to the best view in ...

      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 ...

      One big castle!

      A travel blog entry by johnsa32 on Feb 20, 2009

      Himeji is really only worth a day trip so after Hiroshima on the way to Osaka I stopped off to see the castle. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Himeji_Cas tle Thanks to Wikipedia I don't need to go through the castle's history... It is stunning, known as the White Heron it is the most impressive castle I've seen, knocks the socks off the one Kumamoto. The day was dark and thundery, an ...

      Day 13 - Part 2 - Kaiseki at Yumiharinooka

      A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 02, 2008

      10 photos

      Awoken at 7am by a couple of young girls who seemed to have little interest in the fact that we were awake packing bags until after 2am. Oh well, 5 hours sleep is more than enough. I walked down to the mall to get us some breakfast, while Veronica finalised things in the room. One other thing I have noticed in Sasebo is they have some world class bakeries. All of the different types of bread and pastries you could ...